The new additions mean that over 180 banks now support Apple Pay. Here are the new members of the family:

  • 1st Advantage Federal Credit Union
  • American Savings Bank
  • Bank of Utah
  • Bellco Federal Credit Union
  • BMO Harris N.A.
  • Cambridge Savings Bank
  • Campus USA Credit Union
  • Centennial Bank
  • Citadel Federal Credit Union
  • Citizens Bank & Trust
  • Citizens Equity First Credit Union
  • Coastline Federal Credit Union
  • Community Choice Credit Union
  • Deseret First Federal Credit Union
  • ESL Federal Credit Union
  • Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union
  • First Fidelity Bank
  • First Hawaiian Bank
  • Hilltop National Bank
  • Illinois State Police Federal Credit Union
  • JSC Federal Credit Union
  • Lafayette Federal Union
  • Logix Federal Credit Union
  • MidFirst Bank
  • Mission Federal Credit Union
  • Missoula Federal Credit Union
  • North Country Federal Credit Union
  • Northrup Grumman Federal Credit Union
  • Old National Bank
  • PointBank
  • Point Loma Credit Union
  • Publix Employees Federal Credit Union
  • Robins Federal Credit Union
  • San Diego Credit Union
  • Stockman Bank of Montana
  • Technicolor Federal Credit Union
  • Truity Federal Credit Union
  • USAlliance Federal Credit Union
  • Utah Community Federal Credit Union

If you are a customer at one of these banks, it means you can now use your credit card or debit card with your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus to pay for items at retailers that also support Apple Pay. It's pretty easy to add your credit or debit card so that it will work with Apple Pay.

Apple's two newest smartphones will soon be joined by the upcoming Apple Watch, which will also support Apple Pay when it goes on sale April 24.

Source: Apple; Via: 9to5Mac