How Apple Disrupts Mobile Payments
Aug 29th 2013 11:00PM
Updated Aug 29th 2013 11:02PM
By utilizing the fingerprint-sensing technology from its AuthenTec acquisition, Apple could easily turn the world of mobile payments on its head. Just imagine the possibilities of simply using your iPhone and your fingerprint to pay for everyday life.
Such a move would revolutionize the mobile payment experience, which currently remains a challenge for users. Presently, entering your billing and payment information from a mobile device is somewhat onerous.
In the follow video, Fool contributor Steve Heller makes a case for why it's practically a no-brainer for Apple to move into the mobile payments business, and how such a move would undoubtedly put a target on eBay PayPal's back.
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