Apple is working to bring a new iPhone app to Apple Pay in the coming weeks.
The company said on Wednesday that a new version of its app, which lets customers purchase goods and services through Apple Pay, will go live on Tuesday.
Apple Pay has become a popular payment method for many consumers in the U.S., but it’s not available to everyone.
The technology is widely used in many other countries.
Apple is also looking to expand its mobile payment business, which includes a mobile app for iOS devices.
Apple Pay is a digital wallet that allows customers to buy and sell goods and make payments using their smartphones, tablets and computers.
It is currently available in more than 30 countries and at more than 1,000 retailers.
Apple announced a new Apple Watch app last year, but that app only supports Apple Pay.
Apple said it will add support for Apple Pay on a future version of the app.
Apple Pay will also support Apple Watch bands with a band size of at least 48mm, as well as the new leather Apple Watch band, according to a company blog post.
Apple has made the Apple Watch a priority in the past few months.
In February, Apple added a payment option to Apple Music, allowing users to pay for iTunes music via a mobile device.
The company said it plans to make more Apple Watch apps available in the future.