When will Apple Pay hit the stores?

The latest version of Apple Pay will hit stores this fall, according to a report by Business Insider.

The payment service is set to be available to the public by the end of the year.

Business Insider reports that Apple has launched an app to allow users to purchase goods and services using Apple Pay.

Apple Pay has been a long-term goal for Apple, which launched the service with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in 2015.

But the service has not yet seen widespread adoption, as consumers are wary of using credit cards in the digital world.

The company announced in February that it had added more than 500 million credit cards to its mobile payment service.

The app allows users to buy and use goods and digital content with Apple Pay, and also allows users in a store to make purchases using Apple Wallet.

The iPhone 6 was the first iPhone to include Apple Pay integration.

However, the feature only works for the iPhone 5S, 6 and 6 Plus, and the service does not work on iPhone 5s or 6s models.

Business Wire reports that the new version of the Apple Pay app will allow users in the Apple Store to purchase items with Apple Wallet, which is the first time the feature has been available to consumers outside of the iPhone.

Apple said in a statement to Business Wire that the feature will help customers “more easily access their cash on their iPhone” as they move to new payment systems and to make their purchases at Apple Stores.

BusinessWire’s report follows reports from a few weeks ago that Apple Pay was launching in more than 50 countries and was available in more stores than ever before.