So what if you have a part-time business with no sales for a given month? Then the hardware is not free, you still have to pay a fee for that sale-less month? I assume you have to give the HW back if you cancel your service with them?
AmEx's iOS app has been pretty great even before, this is even better.
For me, Apple Pay is very a-apple -- why I have to swipe the iPhone?! How is that any better than a plastic card?! They should have stuck with Bluetooth/WiFi!
Plus, do we really need NFC/RFID style spy chips in our phones along with biometric scanners?! read: http://spychips.com/ and see the documentary movie: America: Freedom to Fascism: http://freedomtofascism.com/ or FREE...
Except that this does not work, every call I try I get a "call failed" on the Mac. :(
Anyone have a real fix? Turning off WiFi did not help, and having both on WiFi only w/out ethernet on MacBook Pro did not work either. Half baked!
While a contract's terms could be oppressive and burdensome, GT Advanced entered into the contract and signed *VOLUNTARILY*. They cooked their own noodle. *rolls eyes*
You can listen to GTAT CEO, Tom Gutierrez here: