Apple Pay is heading to Europe

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According to iClarified, Apple is looking for people to form a new Apple Pay team in order to try to expand his services across Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia.The job was spotted at Apple’s website.

The short job description expalinс exactly what’s abovementioned.

Apple Pay is a new and exciting area in Apple that is set to expand across Europe, Middle East, India and Africa. Apple Pay will change the way consumers pay with breakthrough contactless payment technology and unique security features built right into their iPhone 6 or Apple Watch to pay in an easy, secure, and private way. The new London-based Apple Pay team will work to drive the roll-out of this technology across EMEIA by working with a variety of internal and external partners, including teams in the US where the product will first launch and the EMEIA organisation, as well as Issuers, payment networks and merchants across Europe

It is said that the company is also hirining an Apple Pay Site Reliability Engineer in China.

The Apple Pay Site Reliability Engineering Team is hiring for multiple roles focused on the front line customer experience and the back end integration of Apple systems with our Network and Banking partners. As part of this follow-the-sun team, you’ll have peers based in Europe and the US, ensuring timely support for our US customers around the clock, and a positive work-life balance for you. You’ll be joining a team of world class engineers and interacting on a daily basis with teams that span across Apple including iOS software and hardware engineering, Apple Online Store, Apple Retail and our network and banking partners

We are not sure if this is 100% true, because we were not able to find the job ad at Apple’s website (we are prtty sure we made a deep search). It’s possible that Apple took it down or the information is not correct. We’ll see soon, if this will be confirmed

Source iClarified.

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