So Far, So Good On Apple’s Self-Checkout System [Headlines]
The newly launched retail self-checkout program, which allows customers to pay for an in-store transaction on their phone without speaking to a store employee, has reportedly gotten off to a successful start.
Though the self-checkout option has “seemed a bit crazy” to some, the system is “working out,” a person familiar with Apple’s retail operations reportedly told John Fortt of CNBC. The person said that the benefits of the new system have, so far, outweighted the negatives.
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