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Apple Pay

Apple announced a new wireless payment system on the iPhone 6 that allows users to make credit-card payments .This  
systems  take mobile payments wirelessly through near-field,
communication (NFC)
Apple on Tuesday introduced its new mobile payments tool, called Apple Pay, which will be included on the iPhone 6, as well as the company’s new wearable device, Apple Watch.
Credit-card numbers are never transmitted to a merchant who accepts the wireless payments. Instead, Apple Pay sends a one-time payment number and security code. Credit cards can be added by taking a picture of one with an iPhone to add it to Passbook.

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