Apple Pay Supports More Banks; Increases Competition

The American based company, Apple has announced that Apple Pay supports more banks. There will be a support for more than thirty banks as well as credit unions in the US.

Apple Pay Supports More Banks

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Yesterday, Apple had officially publicized the macOS Sierra. A lot of features are packed in this latest operating system and one among them is the support for Apple Pay for a few websites in the browser. And then the company said that Apple Pay supports more banks and credit unions. This new feature in the macOS Sierra will enable users to purchase in Safari on the Mac devices. Customers can simultaneously use their devices, Apple Watch or iPhone, to authenticate the purchase that they have made. Additionally, people can now also add their credit or debit cards.

Here we have listed the entire list of names of the new banks that have been supported by Apple Pay:

  • Bank of the James
  • Advantis Credit Union
  • Cedar Point Federal Credit Union
  • Bank Iowa
  • Cincinnati Ohio Police Federal Credit Union
  • Basile State Bank
  • Citizens Commerce National Bank
  • F&M Trust
  • Common Wealth Bank and Trust
  • Citizens & Northern Bank
  • Entrust Financial Credit Union
  • First Service Credit Union
  • Credit Union of Ohio
  • GenFed Financial Credit Union
  • BloomBank
  • Knoxville TVA Employees Credit Union
  • Hawaii Law Enforcement Federal Credit Union
  • Libertyville Savings Bank
  • Katahdin Trust Company
  • Savings Institute Bank and Trust Co.
  • Lake Area Bank
  • Security First Credit Union
  • Maine Highlands Federal Credit Union
  • Shamrock Bank
  • National Bank and Trust
  • South Carolina Federal Credit Union
  • Ohio Valley Bank
  • The Northumberland National Bank
  • Westfield Bank
  • TrueCore Federal Credit Union
  • TNConnect Credit Union
  • The Farmers and Merchant Bank
  • University Of Iowa Community Credit Union

Apple Pay supports more banks in the United States. And the feature is also supported in Australia, Singapore, Canada, China, France, Switzerland, and the UK via select partners. Well, you can take a look into the full list of banks and countries that support the feature on Apple’s website.


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