The (EC) European Union (EU) is set to strike a deal with Apple over a trade deal with US chip technology, according to Reuters.
Last season, EC opened a price inquiry on Apple Pay, and some see the company’s refusal to open up the possibility of getting an NFC payment service.
Apple Pay is the only payment system that can use NFC ‘tap and go’ technology installed on iOS phones to pay in stores, a move that has been attacked by banks in many cases. their rights.
The EC is continuing its trial, preparing a statement of protest, which could be sent to Apple next year, Reuters said, citing a reason.
The Commission has discarded other search materials, including terms of how Apple Pay should be used in merchant programs and their websites.
On price questions, the Commission also announced an opportunity to introduce a law encouraging Apple to launch its NFC program.
German lawmakers passed a law designed to force Apple to release NFC chips to compete with companies back in 2019, but Australian banks have recently opened up a new opportunity for their long-term war to do so.