A new iOS payment method, Apple Pay, is rolling out to customers this week and will be available in more markets, including the U.S. and Canada, the company announced today.
Users who are on Apple Pay in a country can also use their Apple Watch or other wearable device to make payments, Apple said in a blog post.
The service is available in a number of countries including the United States, Australia, Canada, and Japan.
Apple said it will be rolling out Apple Pay to more countries this week.
Apple Pay is not currently available to international customers, but users can pay for products and services using the service in the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.
The U.K. and New York are the first countries Apple has confirmed support for Apple Pay.
In Canada, Apple says it is working to add Apple Pay support to existing Apple Pay and Apple Pay Classic accounts.
It says Canadian users can add Apple Credit to existing Canadian accounts.
Apple said Apple Pay can be used to pay for Apple products, but it doesn’t offer the ability to pay with Apple Pay for products, such as Apple Pay or Apple Pay Platinum, because the payment method is only available in certain areas.
Apple did not offer a list of specific areas in which Apple Pay will be supported.
Apple’s move comes just two weeks after the company released a new iPhone app that allows users to buy products online, pay for services with ApplePay, and use Apple Pay as a payment method in the U and UK.
The app was released with support for the Apple Watch and Apple Watch Series 2.