Apple Pay payment system will be launched in October, but it is already done a lot of noise and made future competitors nervous. The first company to respond to the announcement of Apple, has become PayPal, which produced a provocative poster, hinting at a potential vulnerability Apple Pay.
Apple Pay is not already running, and the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is not avaliable. At the competition is not possible to dig deeper to find a flaw in the new service, so in the course are current issues related to Apple. PayPal has used the recent scandal with leaked photos of celebrities from iCloud, to advance to call Apple Pay unsafe decision.
“Apple doesn’t save your transaction information. With Apple Pay, your payments are private. Apple doesn’t store the details of your transactions so they can’t be tied back to you. Your most recent purchases are kept in Passbook for your convenience, but that’s as far as it goes.”.
In reverse itself convinces us of Apple, but also the head of the Master Card, who called Apple Pay a truly secure solution, and the company from Cupertino is only an intermediary between the user and the bank. In any case, the safety of the newly-made payment system soon will be tested by real users, and then it will be possible to draw conclusions. [via MacRumors]