Apple Pay, the revolutionary mobile payments platform from tech giant Apple, is once again making headlines as it simultaneously strides into new territories.

Recent reports reveal that Apple Pay has expanded to encompass over 80 countries worldwide, with Vietnam and Chile becoming the latest nations to join this digital payment revolution.

Apple Pay launches in Morocco
Apple users in Morocco now have Apple Pay, which launched today in the country. The company updated its regional website to officially confirm that Crédit immobilier et hôtelier (CIH) and Crédit Agricole Group of Morocco (CAM) Bank, now support its payment service in the country. Also, according t…

Notably, Chile's launch of Apple Pay swiftly follows its Vietnamese counterpart, showcasing Apple's strategic global expansion plan.

With ‌Apple Pay‌, iPhone and Apple Watch owners in both countries can add their debit and credit cards to the platform to make quick and secure contactless payments at retail locations where the functionality is supported.

This facilitates quick and secure contactless transactions at retail establishments that support this payment feature.

Apple Pay has launched in Malaysia
If you are in Malaysia and want to grab a coffee at Starbucks, buy groceries from Village Grocer, or make an online purchase from Shopee, you can now use Apple Pay. That’s because Apple has launched the payment service in the country, making it the second Southeast Asian market to

How to add credit or debit card to Apple Pay

To set up Apple Pay service on any of your devices, here are the steps to add your credit or debit card to the service:

  • For iPhone users, open the Wallet app and tap the "+" icon in the upper right-hand corner and follow the prompts to seamlessly add your card.
  • For users using an iPad with Touch ID, go to "Settings" > "Wallet & Apple Pay" to add a card for in-app use.
  • For Apple Watch users, enter the Watch app on your iPhone, tap on the “Wallet & Apple Pay” option, and then tap the “Add Credit or Debit Card” option to set up your card.
How to Use Apple Pay Later
Apple has announced its acceptance of the Buy-Now-Pay-Later (BNPL) scheme for its devices, allowing users to get its products and pay in instalments within six weeks – with zero interest and no fees. The BNPL service will allow Apple users to easily track, manage, and repay their Apple Pay Later lo…