Apple goes own way when it comes to mobile payment solutions and the new iPhones are still without the NFC.
Apple goes own way sometimes and this time is no exception. Although the competitors and their backers behind some solutions, rates on to NFC-technology will play a vital role in the future of mobile payment solutions, so is Apple “Rasmus-opposite”.
None of the old iPhones have had the NFC technology built in and the two new iPhones, iPhone 5 c and iPhone 5S, neither technology supports.
On Wednesday released the next major update for Appel’s mobile operating system, iOS 7, and this contains what may be Apple’s bid on future payment technology. It writes our site.
The U.S. side our site, there’s talk about a solution that utilizes Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). Apple has named the solution iBeacon.
Apple itself, however, has not done much in that highlight the solution, but our site have made a detailed examination of how the solution will probably work.
Short and sweet so that separates iBeacon from NFC knows that it is recorded when you walk into the store, while one with NFC must hold the phone over a payment terminal.
The Danish shops are, however, not prepared to DIAPER, but has built-in NFC-sensor. Shop owners can, however, set up a number of small bluetooth sensors in the store – the so-called beacons.
Shop owners will also be able to send offers, product information or menus out to customers, but it is also expected in the long term, it will be possible to carry out payments through iBeacons.
These beacons will also be used for indoor navigation in shopping malls and department stores, where GPS rarely works optimally.
Last year came the Apple with the solution Passbooks, which on some points could also have been a competitor when it came to mobile payment solutions.
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