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Why Mobile payments have barely caught on in the US, despite the rise of smartphones...

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I like cards. They only weigh a few grams (except for that metal Apple Card), fit in my wallet, and always work. There are always a few steps to take with a smartphone and may not work for a variety of reasons (dead battery, no service, merchant may not accept, etc.).

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We will wait and see what happens in the future.  :dntknw:

 

More than 100 million iPhones in the United States are circulating throughout the market. Using the recently adapted Apple Card in the wallet app will have a huge impact on the use of mobile payments because of its 2% cashback, even if Goldman Sachs issued a 30%-50% approval on the Apple Card, it is still A lot of cards. From this perspective, there is no doubt that the Apple Card will be upgraded for mobile payments throughout the market, eventually adopting a more standard mobile payment method nationwide.

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40 minutes ago, hegemony said:

face it mobile phones are a fad. they will go the way of pet rocks and pagers

Perhaps this is a frenzy, and as it is now, its extreme popularity is rising to the continued demand of iPhone users.

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3 hours ago, hegemony said:

face it mobile phones are a fad. they will go the way of pet rocks and pagers

Actually, all technology eventually becomes obsolete. I don't know when, but there will be a last iPhone version.

 

I'm still waiting for disco to return. I still have my orange polyester disco suit, with thick platform shoes. When Studio 54 reopens, I'll hit the disco floor dancing "the rotary" with my dial telephone and cord wrapped around me.

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1 hour ago, Burgerwars said:

Actually, all technology eventually becomes obsolete. I don't know when, but there will be a last iPhone version.

 

I'm still waiting for disco to return. I still have my orange polyester disco suit, with thick platform shoes. When Studio 54 reopens, I'll hit the disco floor dancing "the rotary" with my dial telephone and cord wrapped around me.

Don’t forget your 8 track in the car and the VCR for the den.

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4 hours ago, Burgerwars said:

Actually, all technology eventually becomes obsolete. I don't know when, but there will be a last iPhone version.

 

I'm still waiting for disco to return. I still have my orange polyester disco suit, with thick platform shoes. When Studio 54 reopens, I'll hit the disco floor dancing "the rotary" with my dial telephone and cord wrapped around me.

LOL! I heard that cv is also eagerly awaiting the return of disco, however his polyester suit is white and the thick platform shoes have pink rhinestones.....

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