On Tuesday, Apple has officially announced to make Apple Pay officially available in Chile soon by publishing a dedicated page explaining helpful features.
According to the newly published webpage on Apple’s official website in Chile, consumers will soon be able to utilize the company’s most advanced and secure payment system.
Apple is teasing that eligible users in the country will be able to add their eligible credit or debit card in the Wallet app and according to the blog Pisapapeles, several banks, including Banco de Chile, Banco Itaú, Banco BCI, and BICE are now ready to support the advance payment service.
Although the exact launch date is still unclear, Apple probably makes available the support of its payment system in Chile alongside iOS 15.3 stable version that may be released in the next few days.
Last week, Apple announced that consumers in Costa Rica can now access the Apple Pay service, while users in Argentina and Peru will receive the support coming soon.
Moreover, Apple Pay last week officially available for people in Armenia, which becomes the first Eastern European country to receive advanced payment service support in 2022.