Posted by TechCrunch on Monday, February 17, 2020 15:04:08Apple Pay will finally start showing up on phones with its own chip.
The company announced in September that it will begin shipping a chip for its payment service in 2018, but it’s not yet clear when the company will ship that chip itself.
That means the first iPhone 5s and 5c users won’t have access to Apple Pay, at least not until the end of the year.
Apple Pay was first introduced on the iPhone 5S in September 2016.
Its launch in 2017 was the first of several iPhone upgrades that were made to the phone in that year, including the introduction of a new camera, an improved processor, and a faster chip for NFC and Bluetooth payments.
The new chip was first spotted in October and then confirmed by an Apple representative.
It was also rumored to be coming to the Apple Watch, though that’s never happened.
The first iPhone 6s, which launched in January, was launched in March.
That first iPhone came with a chip made by Nvidia, and the next iPhone came in September with an upgraded chip that Nvidia had already shipped to its chips.
The chip for the next-generation iPhone is the same Nvidia chip.
It’s not clear whether Apple will make it available on its phone, but if it does, it will be a much more powerful chip.
Nvidia’s chip is significantly faster than Apple’s, but Apple has also been working on new chips to compete with Nvidia.