is an app used by Apple Store employees. It is a payment system used in Apple Stores. Apple, in the past, used Infinite Peripherals
Linea Pro iPod Touch solutions as part of their POS system. Currently, instead, they use another device which can read credit cards' chips and which integrates a keypad on its back, used to enter the PIN code. According to Oracle
, the EasyPay app was developed by David Francis - at that time at FTSInfoTech
- who now works together with Touch2 Systems
to sell similar solutions.
As of May 2014, Apple is replacing 4th generation iPod touches used as POS with iPhone 5s, probably for enhanced hardware and Touch ID.
- EasyPay on iPod Touch (in Chinese)
Transferring information to POS.
Options Menu (in Chinese).
Payment done (in Chinese).
EasyPay device with old Linea Pro case and legacy software.
- AppleInsider: Exclusive Look at Apple's New iPod touch Based EasyPay Checkout
- AppleInsider: Retailers Building Their Own iPod touch/iPad POS Systems