Apple introduced its mobile payment service last September with the launch of iPhone 6, and by the time the company debuted Apple Watch earlier this month, CEO Tim Cook announced that more than 700,000 locations in the U.S. are accepting Apple Pay.
While businesses may be on board with the service, however, the lack of visible signage to notify consumers where it's available has held back adoption.
A little branding goes a long way, especially for an iconic company like Apple. According to an updated section of the Apple Pay website, businesses can now download electronic payment marks and order decal kits for windows and registers.
The kits contain decals in two different sizes for windows and registers, along with an application tool, and are available at no charge when a company, name, e-mail and shipping address are submitted.
Merchants interested in adopting Apple Pay can visit this this page to learn more about signing up to accept the payment method. As for owners of supported Apple devices (iPhone 5 and later, iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3, and in April, Apple Watch), forgetting your wallet has never been more painless.