It might seem like Apple Pay has lost a lot of momentum in the past few months, but the tech giant has a plan to bring that momentum back.
According to a new report from Mashable, Apple is set to roll out its first mobile payments service in the U.S. by the end of the year.
According a statement from the company, it plans to launch a “major” mobile payments product by the middle of 2018.
Apple Pay will offer both Apple Pay cards and mobile payments apps, and it will be offered as an add-on for iPhones, iPads, and Macs.
This means you’ll be able to use the card, but only if you have a physical Apple Pay device.
The company is also set to launch its first Apple Pay credit card, with Apple Pay paying for the purchase of items in stores.
It’s unclear whether Apple Pay plans to support NFC in its product or not, but if the company does, it could offer NFC payments as well.