CVS Rolls Out Support For Apple Pay

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Months after Apple CEO Tim Cook said CVS would be accepting Apple Pay, the retailer has brought support for the mobile wallet to stores across the country. The retailer had reportedly slowly brought the functionality to its brick-and-mortar stores, and the rollout has now been publicized, MacRumors reported.

“Get your essentials in a flash,” Apple said in a marketing email, according to the outlet. “Buying snacks, vitamins, personal care and prescriptions from CVS Pharmacy just got faster and more secure.”

Following Apple Pay’s 2014 launch, CVS reportedly disabled near-field communication (NFC) terminals. The pharmacy retailer then rolled out CVS Pay, which enabled customers to make payments using their smartphones.

With CVS’ launch of Apple Pay, only a


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