Apple announced a new Apple Pay Later feature at this year’s Worldwide Developer Conference. The service was to be launched by the end of 2022.
The news comes from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman that the launch of Apple Pay Later has been delayed until 2023, according to a recent report.
Apple Pay later is designed to let you make four or more installments over six weeks.
No signature required. Available for in-app and online purchases using Apple Pay. The payment does not appear to accrue interest. The service will only be available in the US at launch, but Apple plans to expand the service to more countries in the future.
Apple previously planned to release this new feature by the end of the year, but it looks like it could be released in 2023. He was supposed to be one of the features when iOS 16 was released, but it hasn’t been released to date.
Apple has added a new message on their website regarding this feature. This indicates that it will come in a future update. See note below.
It will be offered in a future update for US eligible applicants to purchase online or via the iPhone and iPad app. Not available in all states.
So it looks like we’ll have to wait until next year to see this new payment option from Apple. We’ll let you know as soon as we know more about the release date.
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