Can Apple do better again? Well, this time, they’ve come up with a highly secure payment process called the Apple Pay for Iphone 6 and Iphone 6 Plus. If you’re using other IOS device, you’re out of luck as Apple Pay will be one of the services that will be highly secure. It is said that it won’t collect and know whatever you have bought with this service using the dymanic security feature. The only wonder is that if this makes use of your existing credit card that you may need to make use of or this thing is the entire new virtual card where you make use of your Iphone 6 or 6 Plus to buy various things. What the service uses is your Apple account along with TouchID sensor that will be part of Iphone 6 and 6 Plus through the iSight camera.
Unfortunately, when it comes to credit card services, the bad chances for privacy are that certain brands are already privacy-violated without your knowing. Perhaps, you should be better off with the credit card brands not affected by that if you can find one and then add the credit card you’ve bought or owned straight into your Iphone 6 or Iphone 6 Plus through Apple Pay. The API will be available next month to developers and Apple will be working with various credit card brands including the leading US banks.
Do I have a credit card? No, I never have one in my life but it’s already best that we should plan to buy an alternate and safe credit card from the brand that is not privacy-violated. But the bigger problem is that where should your online purchase get smoother with no delays and that the product you’re purchasing online should be 100% genuine. What if the website itself is messed up? What if your credit card purchase records get privacy-violated there when buying online? It may sound like another problem but Apple’s already dealing with it.
Now, if only the other tech companies can come up with the similar stuffs as Apple’s with higher security, THEN, we should be able to use it in the future. Will Google and Facebook technically shut the hell up about data collection we already call it the part of privacy violation? And what else are Apple and Microsoft busy with besides leveling up the security level? What if some fucking idiots try to challenge Apple and Microsoft in the court battle or something like it already happened to Microsoft over privacy protection? What if this all backfires? We must make sure that this kind of plan for higher privacy protection with better encryption for new and existing services should be implemented as soon as possible without backfiring.