The Apple Pay Later service has been launched in the United States, allowing users to split purchases into four payments spread over six weeks.
Apple launches buy now, pay later service in US
Apple Inc has launched its buy now, pay later service in the United States that will allow consumers to pay for purchases over time.
The service, Apple Pay Later, will allow users to split purchases into four payments spread over six weeks with no interest or fees, the company said.
Users can apply for loans between $US50 and $US1,000 ($A75 and $A1,496), which can be used for online and in-app purchases made on iPhone and iPad with merchants that accept Apple Pay, according to the company.
Apple Pay is accepted by more than 85 per cent of US retailers, the company said.