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It looks like Apple is rolling out Pay Later to all users in the US. As spotted by MacRumors, the buy now, pay later service is now widely available within Apple Wallet and is featured on Apple’s homepage.
First announced in June 2022, Apple Pay Later lets users make a purchase and then pay for it in a series of four installments over the course of six weeks without any interest or late fees. If you thought the service was already out, that’s because Apple initially launched it on select iPhones and iPads in March. Users can use Pay Later on purchases between $75 and $1,000.
Earlier today, MacRumors noticed that Apple had removed the mention of a “prerelease version” from Pay Later’s support documents, a sign that Apple had been getting…

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Image: Apple

It looks like Apple is rolling out Pay Later to all users in the US. As spotted by MacRumors, the buy now, pay later service is now widely available within Apple Wallet and is featured on Apple’s homepage.

First announced in June 2022, Apple Pay Later lets users make a purchase and then pay for it in a series of four installments over the course of six weeks without any interest or late fees. If you thought the service was already out, that’s because Apple initially launched it on select iPhones and iPads in March. Users can use Pay Later on purchases between $75 and $1,000.

Earlier today, MacRumors noticed that Apple had removed the mention of a “prerelease version” from Pay Later’s support documents, a sign that Apple had been getting…

Continue reading…

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