Apple Pay to launch in more US grocery stores

Apple Pay will launch in 10 more US supermarket chains in the coming months, including Target and Walmart, the company announced Thursday.

Apple Pay is the first of several new payment options that Apple is offering as part of its $1.9 trillion retailing effort.

Apple has been experimenting with new ways to provide more convenience to customers, and some of those have involved making it easier to pay with a smartphone or tablet.

The company’s efforts are part of a larger effort to expand its presence in grocery stores, which is the largest consumer market for smartphones and tablets.

Apple plans to start shipping in stores in the fall of 2021, with the first stores opening in early 2021, the Apple website said.

In the first quarter of 2022, Apple plans to begin shipping in grocery store locations, including grocery stores in major cities like New York, San Francisco and Boston.

The announcement comes after Apple announced earlier this week that it had entered into an agreement with the California-based Whole Foods Market to open a new store in Los Angeles, one of the biggest markets in the US.

The new Whole Foods store will include several of Apple’s products, including the Apple Watch, Apple TV, Beats Music, iBooks, and other products.

Apple’s decision to open up its payment capabilities to new retailers has been an aggressive one for the company, which has been focused on selling its hardware in stores rather than relying on partnerships with large retailers to serve customers.

Apple previously focused on providing a simpler, faster, and cheaper way to pay, but the introduction of Apple Pay has pushed that strategy into new territory.

Apple is launching Apple Pay in more than 30 major US grocery chains, including Kroger, CVS, Safeway, Safeways, Safeco, Whole Foods, Safer, Costco, Target, Safes and Sam’s Club.

Apple is also adding Apple Pay at Whole Foods in Chicago, Philadelphia, and San Francisco.

Apple also launched Apple Pay for purchases at Walmart, Whole Stop, Best Buy, Kohl’s, Sears, Sam’s Clubs, Target and more in January.

Casey’s General Store closes, Eagles close on Thursday

The owner of a hockey store in suburban Philadelphia is closing his store, the Eagles announced Thursday.

Casey’s General is located at 1521 W. 15th St. in the city’s Kensington neighborhood.

The store is owned by the family of longtime hockey coach Casey Johnston, and Johnston was a longtime supporter of the team.

The store was named after Johnston, who retired in 2016 after playing in the NHL for 10 seasons.

How to get the best deal on iPad 11 with a $500 AppleCare+ deal

Apple’s online store for the iPad has a huge number of deals, including an all-inclusive $500 iPad 11 deal, but if you’re looking to get a discount for the $500 price tag, you might be out of luck.

While the $5,000 iPad 11 deals aren’t exactly on par with Apple’s iPad mini, they’re a great deal.

For the $1,499 price tag alone, you get the following deals:A $500 coupon from Best Buy for an iPad 11 that comes with $100 worth of AppleCare+.

A $200 coupon from Apple for an iPhone 11 or iPad mini with a free upgrade.

An AppleCare Plus 3-month subscription to Apple’s iTunes Store for an iPod touch 11, iPad mini or iPad.

A $150 discount from Target for an iMac 10, iPad Pro or Mac mini with an AppleCare+, a free $10 iTunes gift card, a free 2-week trial of iLife, and a $50 gift card to the iTunes Store.

Apple’s website for the new iPad has some great deals on accessories and a number of different apps, but it’s not clear if they’ll be available to everyone.

There are a few ways you could potentially get the iPad 11 at a discounted price, but we’re not sure if AppleCare plus is the best way to get these deals.

We’ve reached out to Apple for comment and will update this article if we hear back.