Apple Pay, the payments platform for Apple products, is a hotbed for money making.

In fact, in the past two years, Apple has earned more than $100 billion in revenue from the mobile payments business.

Apple Pay has become the preferred payment option for millions of Americans, as well as millions of companies that accept the service.

But with the advent of the Apple Watch, and its ability to charge consumers a higher rate, the company is now facing a massive cash crunch.

According to the latest Apple Pay earnings report, Apple earned $1.4 billion in Q4 2016.

That was the first quarter for which earnings data is available.

Apple’s earnings have been falling every quarter since the first half of 2016.

In Q1 of 2017, Apple posted a loss of $11 billion, the first time that has happened in four years.

The company also missed earnings forecasts in Q2, as Apple failed to meet its quarterly sales target for the year.

Apple’s stock has fallen over 60% from its all-time high of $150 in April 2018.

The stock is currently trading at around $130.

Apple has been trying to make up for the lack of revenue in its mobile payments businesses by adding new products to its ecosystem.

However, the Apple Pay expansion has left many consumers dissatisfied with the product and service experience.

Apple Pay is the only way that Apple Pay can pay for the fees that the company charges merchants and customers.

Apple says it’s adding 10 million merchants and 60 million customers in 2017 alone.

Apple is adding 10 billion merchants to its payment ecosystem, making it the largest merchant payment provider in the world.

Apple is offering Apple Pay as an option to customers in more than 30 countries around the world, including the United States, Japan, Germany, Australia, Singapore, India, Mexico, the Philippines, Canada, South Korea, and more.

Apple has been offering ApplePay in over 150 cities worldwide since its launch in March 2016.

The average consumer is still waiting for the Apple watch.

Apple introduced the Apple Watches in late January, but it was only available for a limited time.

In the coming months, Apple Watch owners will be able to use the ApplePay payment service with the AppleWatch, and it will eventually be available in all Apple Watch markets.