Apple Pay launch divides critics


Fans say new payment method could become a de facto standard but critics express concerns over security and usability

Today's Apple Pay launch has split onlookers, with one expert predicting it will become the "de facto standard in payments" and others airing concerns about its security and potential appeal to ret...

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