With Apple's product unveiling Tuesday is also an attempt to change our buying habits and essentially make the iPhone our wallet. Instead of carrying credit cards, iPhone 6 users can use their phones to transmit credit card information at the point of purchase. The tap-to-pay technology could potentially increase at participating vendors were consumers willing to embrace the idea more. Would you? Of course, consumers would have to feel comfortable with the security of the technology. The launch comes just after the iCloud breech that revealed security issues with Apple's cloud storage technology. I have to admit - a tap-to-pay system is attractive, though I might feel strange not having credit cards in my wallet. Here's the New York Times report on the entire product launch from Apple on Tuesday: