It hasn't been long since the rollout of the iPhone 6, and with it, a wireless payment service called Apple Pay. As you may have heard, the technology allows you to essentially program your iPhone with credit card information, then pay simply by waving the phone in front of a receiving device at retailers. This has been billed as safer than exposing your credit card at the checkout to any prying eyes that might be nearby.

Now, the technology has only recently been getting a bit of traction at retailers equipped with the receivers, and two large stores have decided to shut their receivers off in an attempt to, apparently, try and compete with Apple's technology. Here's the story from CNN:

Have you tried the Apple Pay technology? How did you like it?

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