A Dubliner could be buying an iPhone from Apple this week, as the company is selling a new product to make it easier for customers to pay for new products online.
The new product is called Apple Pay, and it will be available on the Apple Store on Tuesday and the Apple website on Thursday.
It’s not exactly a great deal, as a single iPhone costs about €650, so it’s a bit of a drop in the bucket compared to buying an Apple Watch or a new iPad.
But the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are the most popular devices in Ireland and are used by over 90 per cent of Irish internet users, according to a recent survey by iMarketer.
It found that in 2017, Apple was the biggest seller of iPhones in Ireland, with the iPhone making up a large proportion of the sales of new iPhones in the country.
Apple Pay has been a popular feature of Apple’s mobile payment service in the United States since 2014.
It lets customers buy and use mobile devices with just a tap of their smartphone’s screen.
It is the first time that Apple has offered the feature to Ireland, although its own payment systems, including Apple Pay in the UK, have been used in other countries as well.
This new service is an iPhone payment gateway.
Apple is offering it to customers in the US to encourage people to buy iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, which have larger screens and are more powerful than the iPhones of the same size used by most other people.
Apple has a huge following here in Ireland which is partly why the company was able to sell over 10 million iPhones in 2017.
The company has also had a big influence on the iPhone ecosystem, as it has been the biggest player in the smartphone market for years.
This is the new iPhone 6 Plus.
Source The Irish Examiner article Apple Pay is a big deal for Irish internet customers.
They can buy iPhones and iPads for less than $300 each.
Apple also recently introduced an iOS update that allows iPhone owners to buy new devices with an in-app purchase feature.
In addition, it offers a number of services to make using Apple Pay easier, including support for Apple Pay payments for third-party apps and for purchasing online.
Apple currently offers an iPhone and iPad app for the US.
Apple Pay will be added to the App Store for iOS 11 in the coming weeks.
Apple will not be offering a new iPhone or iPad for sale in Ireland until later in the year.
It will be up to consumers to buy their iPhone 6 or iPhone 6Plus using a different method.
The new iPhone has an estimated price of $6,999, and the new iPad is expected to cost about $10,000, but there are no immediate plans for a new version of the iPhone.