When Will Apple Pay for My iPhone?

By Emily HainesPublished June 21, 2018 06:12:55While Apple Pay may have been announced just a few days ago, its launch has been well under way for months now.

But it hasn’t gone unnoticed, and it’s not likely to disappear anytime soon.

According to new reports, Apple Pay will launch in the US on July 6, just a day before the July 4th holiday.

It’s not clear if this will be a limited launch or if the US is the only country to get the feature.

According the Wall Street Journal, Apple will charge consumers in the USA an additional $10 if they make purchases using their Apple Pay device.

This means if you’re a frequent Apple Pay user in the United States, you’ll need to pay an extra $10 just to pay for a purchase in your home country.

According Apple, there are about 5 million American households using the iPhone’s Pay system each month.

However, that number has grown significantly in the last year.

According to data from research firm IDC, about one-third of Americans now have a smartphone with Apple Pay installed.

Apple Pay was supposed to be the iPhone 5s’ only major feature.

However the phone’s battery life has been criticized in recent months, and rumors have suggested that the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 Plus would see similar improvements.

While the US launch of Apple Pay isn’t expected to be complete for another week, it’s expected to start in the coming weeks.

The company has promised that it will launch a variety of Apple Watch apps and apps that allow people to purchase Apple Watch products.