Apple Smartphones and Apple Services are premium and elite (so, costly). Much evident from its closed eco-system providing enterprise level security, in which services or contents are paid. Take an example of AppStore-The official app market of the iOS devices mostly consist of paid apps/games for which we have to empty our pocket.
Although Apple services such as AppStore, iTunes, AppleMusic... are not less of premium things, but the medium to grab them are few. In other words Apple provides only less options for transactions, with users mostly opting for the credit/debit card based payment options that are attached to their AppleID. Now it looks like Apple want to encourage the users to access its paid content more easily and secure by collaborating with PayPal-The American based online payment company.
By this, Apple users having PayPal account can now purchase Apple services and products. By providing PayPal as payment option under account settings. Currently, PayPal for Apple is available only in Canada or Mexico, PayPal has assured of expanding service to other market in coming days.
Forget Not to mention about PayPal One Touch Mobile feature, which is also bundled with the payment method. That is you can complete transaction using your fingerprint. With Apple and PayPal joining hands, Apple services based transactions are more likely to increase in coming months.