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Support US National Parks using Apple Pay | News and opinions



Apple will donate $ 1 to the National Park Foundation for every purchase made with mobile payment service in its stores from 24 to 31 August. The company wants to dump out national park-inspired digital benefits to Apple Watch users who complete a 50-minute workout session on September 1.


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Love America's National Parks? Next week, you can help you support them using Apple Pay.

Apple will donate $ 1

to the National Park Foundation for every purchase made with mobile payment service in its stores from 24 to 31 August. This includes purchases made at the company's brick store stores, on Apple.com, or through the App Store in the United States.

"America's National Parks are taxes everyone should experience and we are proud to support them." Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a statement. "These dreadful places are our national heritage, and Apple makes our part transfer them to future generations – just as extraordinary, beautiful and wild as we found them."

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Apple also delivers special national park-inspired digital benefits to Apple Watch users worldwide who complete at least 50 minutes of walking, running or wheelchair training on September 1st.

"The 50 minutes give homage to Redwood National Park's 50th Anniversary Celebration this year," Apple wrote. Those who complete the challenge will get a special Activity App Prize and Stickers for Messages.

Finally, in the App Store, the company will highlight a collection of some of the best programs that help users explore the national parks. [19659004] Meanwhile, if you plan to visit one of the nation's national parks, make sure you leave your electronic cigarette in the car. The National Park Service in 2015 prohibited the use of "electronic smokers", including e-cigarettes, in all places where tobacco smuggling is prohibited in America's 408 national parks.


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