Apple will launch a smartphone and a smartwatch with the capability of accepting payments with credit cards and cash on April 21, the company announced today.
The company says that it will also be launching a smart lock, a home security system and a new music player.
Apple Pay will be supported by Apple Pay Express, an app that lets consumers use Apple Pay to buy goods and services using their Apple Watch or iPhone.
The smart lock is the first smart lock Apple will release with Apple Pay.
Apple Pay will also offer payments through its Apple Pay mobile payment platform and its Apple Watch app.
The payment service will allow customers to buy from a variety of stores and merchants in more than 100 countries.
The Apple Watch will be able to accept payments with Apple cards and Apple Pay by default.
It will also support Apple Pay cards for purchase from select Apple Pay retailers and through a payment gatehouse at select Apple retail locations.
Apple has launched Apple Pay and Apple Watch to help customers make payment on more than $5 billion worth of purchases worldwide, according to Apple.
Apple Watch, Apple Pay, and Apple payment gatehouses will be available to the public starting April 21.
Apple has already launched Apple Watch and Apple Passbook online, which lets customers pay with a credit card at participating Apple retail stores.
Apple Watch also will be a first for a smart watch.