Target appears to be testing in-store Apple Pay in San Francisco, limited to app-only elsewhere

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Target appears to be testing in-store Apple Pay in San Francisco, limited to app-only elsewhere

While Apple Pay is slowly gaining widespread adoption from retailers everywhere, one notable holdout has been Target. According to a handful of shoppers at a Target store in San Francisco, however, the retailer could be testing Apple Pay support at its physical locations.

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