Apple has added Apple Pay as a payment method for a variety of purchases, including the App Store, iTunes Store, Apple Music, Apple Books, or to buy iCloud storage. The changes are reflected in an updated support document first spotted by MacRumors.
The new payment option is launching right on time ahead of the Apple Card, which is slated to arrive this summer. Users can get 2 percent cash back on purchases made with Apple Pay, and 3 percent cash back for Apple products, which includes the digital services mentioned above. Apple Pay also has a few more benefits, like the ability to add multiple credit and debit cards, and an easier way for users to manage their Apple Music and iCloud storage subscriptions from the Wallet app.
The feature is rolling out now for users in the US, Canada, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Russia, Ukraine, and the United Arab Emirates.
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