With the release of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Apple has set out to change the way we make payments to retailers with the introduction of Apple Pay. Using a dedicated, secure chipset to store our information along with the implementation of Apple Pay in all future devices like the newly announce Apple Watch, Apple Pay is poised for success in changing how we make transactions. iPhone and Apple Watch will facilitate Apple Pay, but where does iPad fit in? Thus far, iPad has been integral to the use of mobile payment systems for businesses. The company Square even manufactured specialized hardware and software to turn iPad in to a register for accepting transactions. It had even been rumored that Apple was in talks to purchase Square at one point and its clear to see why. Apple is interested in dominating the antiquated transaction market. In order to do that, Apple needs to not only introduce a way for consumers to make payments, a la iPhone 6, but also a way for businesses to accept payments. This is where iPad and its utilization of Apple Pay comes in to play... Square made iPad a register for businesses to accept transactions. Now, Apple is going to do the same, except this time there is no need for fancy little white dongles. iPad will have Apple Pay functionality baked right in so businesses and users can accept NFC payments from iPhone 6 and iWatch. This is the killer new feature for the next iPad iteration. This is truly going to change things. The credit card will die a much due death, slowly, but surely with the introduction of payment systems like Apple Pay. Imagine finishing your meal at a restaurant, your check is delivered straight to your phone, you fill out how much of a tip you want to leave and the total, your server comes up to the table equipped with iPad, you swipe your phone and you're all set. No need for servers to run back and forth to swipe cards. No more risk of credit card theft when pimple faced Johnny decides to write down all your credit card information. Simple, easy, and secure. Evidence suggests Apple will introduce a register-like function for aceepting transactions into iPad with Apple Pay. That is going to be the killer feature. It could even kill the credit card and change business forever.