Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) might soon launch its Apple Pay service in Germany and Italy.
New documents available on the company’s website suggest that the company is preparing to bring its mobile payment and digital wallet service to Germany and Italy. Those documents were discovered Polish website iMagazine, 9to5Mac reported.
Apple Pay, which lets users make payments using the iPhone, Apple Watch-compatible devices, iPad, and Mac, is not available in a number of countries. Currently, people in only 13 countries can use this service.
iMagazine found a new About Apple Pay page in both German and Italian languages. On each page, there is a screenshot showing a city for its respective country. The Germany page shows Frankfurt, while the Italy page shows Verona, according to the report.
Moreover, there are Italian language and German language translations of the list of Apple Pay banks website. However, there aren’t any banks listed for either country, the report said.
Apple is said to be holding a press event next month. The company could reveal details its Apple Pay launch plans at the event
Meanwhile, Apple announced that it expanded Apple Pay to two additional banks in Australia.
The company updated its list of banks to include both ING Direct and Macquarie. Both banks now support Apple Pay in-store, in-app, and online.