Nearly Near-Field: Apple arrives at the NFC party four years late, then refuses to knock on the door

 

 

With its announcement last week of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Apple finally reversed a years-long stand against a communications standard that aims to make pairing, sharing and payments just as simple as can be. Four years after the now-widespread Near-Field Communications standard — more commonly known as NFC — first landed on bitter rival Android, Apple has placed NFC radios in both of its newest phones to support its new Apple Pay technology.

On hearing the news, Apple fans rejoiced at the thought of hassle-free camera…

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