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« on: August 19, 2019, 04:05:14 pm »

Traveling with Apple tech: What soars, what falls flat

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<p>Travel has a way of opening your eyes to new possibilities. For the last three weeks, I’ve been away from home, spending time in a few European countries. During this trip, I found myself thinking about the different ways that we use technology when we’re outside of our daily routine, and how it brings to light not only things that work well, but also the areas where there’s still a decent amount of friction.</p><p>As I’ve been making the rounds, I’ve made note of a few places where I think Apple technologies have worked particularly well, as well as where there’s some room for improvement.</p><h2 id="payback">Contactless payments</h2>
<p>If this trip has drilled home one thing, it’s that contactless payments are king. Apple Pay has been a godsend—it’s even easier than digging out your card and fumbling with an unfamiliar system. It’s clearer than ever that digital payments are the way of the future and, if anything, it’s a future where the U.S. is still lagging behind.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/3432202/traveling-with-apple-tech-what-soars-what-falls-flat.html#jump">To read this article in full, please click here[/url]</p></section></article>

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