Recently, Apple sign that the payment service Apple Pay may be on the way to Italy and Germany, but before its turn came to Ireland. Today service was launched with support from Ulster Bank and KBC Bank Ireland.

Apple has a strong presence in Ireland and has presumably been trying to get to a launch since apple pay first launched.

Earlier this year, Apple announced that the service will be launched in Taiwan during the year, and the Focus Taiwan now report that the necessary conditions are in place for at least seven banks.

As usual, we are wondering when their turn comes to Sweden.