What to know about Apple Pay on the iPhone 7S
Apple Pay, Apple’s mobile payment system, is arriving on the new iPhone 7s in the US.
The system is currently available in Canada, France, Italy, Spain, the UK and the US, according to AppleInsider.
The system is expected to hit the US this week and will allow iPhone users to make purchases at more than 80 million retail outlets and participating restaurants, bars, coffee shops and other businesses.
Apple has not yet said when or where the system will roll out in other countries.
The company has previously indicated that it will roll it out to all of its US stores this fall.
The company recently announced that it is launching its first-ever Pay in the Home feature, allowing users to use their iPhone to pay for grocery purchases and gas with Apple Pay.
Apple also introduced its first Apple Pay-enabled iPhone in September.
The Apple Watch, an increasingly popular wearables device, was also recently added to Apple Pay support, though it does not yet have an Apple Pay option.
Apple Pay is one of several new features that the company introduced to its mobile payments system, which was unveiled last year with the release of the iPhone 6S.
The iPhone 6s launched with a single-sign-on feature, meaning that it was not possible to make or receive payments using a single device, but Apple is reportedly working on making it possible for customers to make payments with their Apple Watch.
Apple recently launched a payment card service for Apple Pay called the Apple Pay Plus Card, and it is the first major card company to offer Apple Pay to customers.
The card has an estimated $100 million in annual card-holders in the United States.