For those of you who find carrying around and safeguarding your credit and debit cards a hassle, a high-tech, easier-to-use alternative is at hand. Apple has extended its mobile wallet service, Apple Pay, to the U.K., making it the first country outside the U.S. to get the platform. By adding your payment card details to Apple’s iAd platform, you can make payments in restaurants, on the high street and via online apps and adverts too. According to Kantar WorldPanel, there are currently 2.9 million devices compatible with Apple Pay in use in the U.K., which suggests that this service could be really popular. However, before iPhone 5 users get too excited, only those aged 13 and above and who own the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus or Apple Watch can make contactless payments.