Apple Pay will launch in Austria in the "coming months," according to well-known Austrian newspaper Der Standard. The report cites two unnamed sources and says Bank Austria could be one of the participating issuers. Apple Pay first debuted in the United States in October 2014, and its availability has since expanded to over 20 countries and territories around the world, most recently including Norway, Poland, and the Ukraine: United States United Kingdom Australia Canada Singapore Switzerland Hong Kong France Russia China Japan New Zealand Spain Taiwan IrelandGuernsey Isle of Man Jersey Italy San Marino Vatican City Denmark Finland Sweden United Arab Emirates Brazil Ukraine Poland NorwayApple Pay enables users to add a debit or credit card from participating banks to the Wallet app and pay with a compatible iPhone or Apple Watch at stores that accept contactless payments, or in apps and on the web. (Thanks, Michael and Rudolf!) Article Link: Apple Pay Expected to Launch in Austria in 'Coming Months'