Apple Pay’s tap-to-buy service might not be confined to the US for much longer. The Telegraph‘s sources hear that Apple will use next week’s Worldwide Developer Conference to announce the UK launch of its mobile payment service this summer. Reportedly, the company will flick the switch sometime in the next two months. It’s not clear exactly which companies have signed up, but 9to5Macclaims that big bank Lloyds TSB is a launch partner; MasterCard, meanwhile, says that it’s “absolutely ready” for an Apple Pay debut in Great Britain. There’s no word of a similarly quick introduction for other countries (sorry Canada), but it’s evident that Apple wants to spread its shopping tech far and wide before rivals show up.