Announced with the introduction of the iPhone 6, Apple Pay threatens to do what others have not: replace credit cards as a user’s go-to payment method.
Mobile payments have yet to take off in the United States for a variety of reasons. First of all, credit cards simply dominate our notion of how to pay for things. They’re accepted at every online storefront, and mobile credit card readers have made it possible for even the smallest operation to let customers take a swipe (so to speak).
I talk about how Apple Pay will change this landscape in my latest post for Ricoh’s WorkIntelligent.ly blog here.