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Apple Pay may be coming to transit systems soon

Checking in at number 54 on Vanity Fair's 2016 New Establishment List, Apple executive Eddy Cue was recently asked what current-day items will likely be obsolete in five years time. Cue's answer was rather telling: "Keys, physical wallets, and cash." Apple doesn't often telegraph its future product plans, but this is as close to a confirmation as you'll ever see regarding Apple's plan to make the wallet obsolete.
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