Apple Pay Later is finally rolling out to a select few in 45 US states


After suffering multiple delaysApple Pay Later finally arrives as it begins rolling out to randomly selected users in the United States.

Originally, the service was supposed to launch along with iOS 16 in September 2022, but developers ran into one variety of “technical setbacks”. Apple pays afterwards (opens in new tab) allows people to apply for loans from $50 to $1,000 to buy whatever they want without paying the full price up front. From there, users pay off that amount in four separate payments over six weeks, with no interest or additional fees added. $1,000 is a decent chunk of change, but it’s not a guarantee. Eligibility depends on your credit score; a history with low numbers qualifies for smaller loans.

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