Apple Inc. said customers in China can now use the country’s most popular payment card for transactions on the App Store, as the iPhone maker seeks to woo users in the world’s largest smartphone market.
Investor confidence in Apple Inc.’s suppliers and vendors is wavering in the stock market after the bankruptcy of GT Advanced Technologies Inc. last month wiped out 92 percent of its value in a single day.
Mobile payments are having a heyday. Apple Pay has been splashed across the news and 20-somethings are paying for taxis with their smartphones. Yet one stalwart risks being left out of the conversation: PayPal.