Apple is planning to introduce its mobile payment system, Apple Pay, in the UK this summer, as stated in the British newspaper The Telegraph.
The technology giant is in talks with local banks and retailers on the project since last year.
The newspaper quoted a source saying that the company had begun last year to establish contacts with banks and distribution groups about the project.
The Telegraph added that the iPhone already owns similar to those of contactless credit cards, which would allow Apple users pay Pay simply waving their phone at a terminal microchip.
According to the newspaper, transport in London and allowing American tourists pay with this system.
In the United States, where Apple Pay was introduced in October, the company has aggressively tried to approach the retail, but many traders remain skeptical about the service.