FreshBooks ships iPhone-ready card reader, YouTube app gets native iPad Pro support

Article Image FreshBooks on Tuesday launched an iPhone-based card reader, competing against the likes of Square, while Google separately updated the YouTube iOS app with iPad Pro compatibility.

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Apple expects half of top US merchants will accept Apple Pay by end of 2015

Apple’s work to expand the footprint of its iPhone-based mobile payment service continues more than half a year after its debut, and while the company expects to bring a number of large merchants on board before the end of 2015, though it appears to be an uphill battle.



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Apple Pay to face mobile payments competitor CurrentC in mid-2015

Apple’s iPhone-based Apple Pay service will soon see its first major competition in the mobile payments space as MCX consortium-backed solution CurrentC prepares to go public.



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