Sending money through Apple Pay is a quick and easy way to pay someone back for something. Here’s how to do it.
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Setting Up Apple Pay
In order use apple pay you will first need to set it up. This process is simple and only takes a few minutes. You will need to have an iPhone 6 or later in order use apple pay If you do not have an iPhone 6, you can use apple pay by adding it to your iPad.
Add a Credit or Debit Card to Apple Pay
Whether you’re using Apple Pay at the register or sending money to a friend through iMessage, you’ll need to add a credit or debit card to use the service.
If you’re using an iPhone that’s running iOS 11.2 or later, open the Wallet app and tap the plus sign in the upper-right corner. If you’re using an iPhone 6s or earlier, iPad, or iPod touch, open the Settings app and tap Wallet & Apple Pay.
On devices without Touch ID, you might need to enter your passcode before you can add a card. Then follow these steps:
1. Tap Add Card.
2. If you’re using a supported US-based bank card, choose it from the list of cards that appears and follow the instructions on your screen to activate it for Apple Pay.* Otherwise, continue these instructions.
3. Use your iPhone camera to enter your card information or type it in manually; then tap Next.
4. Depending on your bank card issuer and whether you already use this card for Apple Pay, you might see one of these options:**
* Set up as new Apple Pay card: You might need to enter additional information from your bank card; then tap Next.
* Verify with Bank: You might need to provide additional information about yourself so that we may verify your identity with your bank; then tap Next.
* Set Up Later: This allows you to temporarily put off verifying your identity with your bank until after you’ve added all of the cards that you want to use with Apple Pay; then tap Next. You can come back later and complete verification by opening Wallet and tapping .
5*. When asked if this is the device that you want to use with this card, tap Continue.*
If asked, enter the security code that’s printed on your credit or debit card; then click Done.*
If prompted by Apple Cash***, choose whether or not to set it up now when asked “Would like to Set Up Apple Cash?” and click Continue.*
Set Up Apple Pay Cash
To get started, open the Settings app and tap “Wallet & Apple Pay.” Then, tap “Apple Pay Cash” and follow the instructions on-screen. If you don’t see Apple Pay Cash in your settings, make sure that you’re using iOS 11.2 or later on your iPhone or iPad.
Assuming that you’re all set up, sending money to someone is as easy as opening a message in the Messages app and tapping the “$” sign. From there, just enter the amount of money that you want to send and hit “Pay.” The recipient will get a notification asking them to accept the payment, which they can do by simply tapping “Accept.” And that’s it!
Sending and Receiving Money with Apple Pay
Apple Pay is a convenient way to send and receive money. You use apple pay to send money to friends and family, or to pay for goods and services. You can also use Apple Pay to receive money from friends and family. In this article, we’ll show you how to set up Apple Pay and how to use it to send and receive money.
To send money, you need to have an Apple Pay-compatible device. This includes the iPhone 6 or later, the iPad Pro, the iPad Air 2, or the iPad mini 3 or later. You also need to have iOS 11 or later installed on your device.
Once you have everything set up, open the Messages app and start a new conversation or go to an existing one. Then, tap on the Apple Pay button and enter the amount of money you want to send. You can also add a message if you want.
When you’re ready to send, tap on the Send button and confirm your payment with Touch ID or Face ID. The money will be sent immediately and will appear in the other person’s Apple Pay Cash account.
To receive money, you need to have an Apple Pay Cash card in your Wallet app. Once you have been sent money, it will automatically be deposited onto your Apple Pay Cash card. From there, you can use the money anywhere that accepts Apple Pay, or you can transfer it to your bank account.
To set up your Apple Pay Cash card, open the Wallet app on your iPhone and tap the + sign in the top right corner. Follow the instructions on screen to add your card and start using Apple Pay Cash.
If you’re having trouble sending money through Apple Pay, there are a few things you can try. First, make sure that you have a strong internet connection. Then, try restarting your device. If that doesn’t work, try deleting and reinstalling the Apple Pay app. Finally, if none of those things work, you contact apple support for more help.
Common Problems and Solutions
If you’re experiencing trouble sending or receiving money with Apple Pay, there are a few things you can try. First, make sure that you have an active internet connection. If you’re using cellular data, try turning on airplane mode and then turn off airplane mode to reset your connection. If you’re still having trouble, restart your device and try again.
If you’re able to send or receive money, but the transaction is taking a long time to process, it’s possible that the recipient’s bank is experiencing high volumes of traffic. In this case, there’s not much you can do except wait for the transaction to go through. You can check the status of the transaction by opening the Wallet app and tapping on the transaction in question.
If you’re having trouble adding a credit or debit card to Apple Pay, make sure that the card number, expiration date, and security code are entered correctly. If you’re still having trouble, contact your card issuer for more help.
Hopefully these tips will help you get up and running with Apple Pay!