Apple is expected to launch its mobile payments service Apple Pay in the United Kingdom this summer, according to The Telegraph.
Apple Pay launched in the U.S. last fall and could launch in Canada this fall. Apple CEO Tim Cook also said last month that he wants the service to expand into China.
It's been a busy few months in the mobile payments arena. Samsung introduced Samsung Pay in March with a July or August launch in mind, but the company recently announced that the start of the service would be delayed until September, Bloomberg Business reported last week.
Google unveiled its latest mobile payments service, Android Pay, in late May.
Sources: The Telegraph, Bloomberg Business
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