Apple Watch users are not interested in Apple Pay

By Daniele ManciniAAP/ReutersApple Watch users in the United States are not excited about the Apple Pay service, according to a new study.

The research, conducted by financial services company Gartner, found that more than one in four US users are dissatisfied with Apple Pay.

Gartner found that only 13% of US consumers surveyed have actually used Apple Pay, compared to 28% who have used ApplePay and 24% who had not.

The company also found that Apple Pay is less secure than Apple Pay Plus, which is the only option available for people with a bank account and credit card.

Apple Pay is the newest mobile payment service to hit the market and the first to support debit and credit cards.

The Apple Pay app allows users to make purchases, accept payments, transfer funds and more.

It works with all major credit and debit card networks and is compatible with more than 2.5 billion devices worldwide.

Apple Watch has been on a roll for the past few years, with the launch of the first iPhone in 2014 and an upgrade to the first Apple Watch Sport last year.

Apple recently announced that it was adding a new feature to the Apple Watch app called ‘Time Machine’, which allows users from around the world to transfer their Apple Watch data to other devices.

The company also introduced a new ‘Connect to your Apple Watch’ feature to help users connect to their Apple Watches from around a global network of devices.

The new features include ‘Time Transfer’, ‘Connect’ and ‘Connect with your Apple Watchets’ features, which allow users to transfer data from their Apple devices to their connected Apple Watch.

Apple has long been criticised for not including a way for customers to make payments directly from their smartwatches, and the company’s recent changes to the way it handles payments were seen as a step in the right direction.

Gertler Research, which commissioned the study, found there is no direct access to Apple Pay on the Apple watch.

Instead, users are given a link that takes them to a third-party site that allows users the option to make a payment directly to their watch.

The website is a ‘secure’ link and is only accessed by a third party that provides the payment service, and then only after a user confirms their payment credentials and agrees to the Terms and Conditions.

Gesture-based paymentsGestures can be a useful feature in mobile payments, but it is important to remember that some gestures can make a difference in the way the payment is made.

For example, you can swipe your wrist in the middle of a payment to confirm that the payment has been completed, but a gesture can make it difficult for the payment to be processed.

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal last month, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company would continue to add features to the iPhone that will make it easier to make and accept payments.

“We’re working on it,” Cook said at the time.

“It’s something we’re talking about with partners.

You’re going to see a lot of these things come out over time.”