How to Pay Online with Apple Pay

Apple Pay is a secure and easy way to pay online with your iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch. Here’s how to set it up and use it to make purchases on your favorite websites.

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Introduction

Apple Pay is a secure, easy and private way to pay with your iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch. With Apple Pay, you can make contactless payments in stores, in apps and on websites without having to enter your card details each time. You can use apple pay to pay for goods and services online – it’s quick, convenient and secure.

What is Apple Pay?

Apple Pay is a secure way to pay using your Apple device. You use apple pay in stores, in apps, and on websites.

When you pay with Apple Pay, your card information is never shared with the merchant. Instead, a unique Device Account Number is assigned, encrypted, and securely stored in the Secure Element on your device. Each transaction is authorized with a one-time unique dynamic security code.

To pay in stores, hold your iPhone near the contactless reader with your finger on Touch ID. To pay in apps and on websites in Safari, select Apple Pay at checkout and complete the payment using Touch ID or Face ID on your iPhone or iPad. You can use apple pay to make purchases in some apps on your Mac.

To set up Apple Pay on your iPhone or iPad, open the Settings app and tap Wallet & Apple Pay. To set up Apple Pay on your Mac, open System Preferences and click Wallet & Apple Pay. If you have an iPhone 6 or later, you can also add your credit or debit card to WATCH by opening the Watch app on your iPhone then tapping Wallet & Apple Pay.

How to Use Apple Pay

Apple Pay is a feature that allows you to make secure purchases in stores, in apps, and on the web. You can also use Apple Pay to send and receive money from friends and family. In order to use Apple Pay, you need to have an Apple device that supports Apple Pay and a credit or debit card that is registered with Apple Pay.

Set up Apple Pay

If you have an iPhone 6 or later,* you can use Apple Pay to pay in stores, within apps, and on the web. Before you can start using Apple Pay, you need to set it up.

On your iPhone, open the Wallet app and tap .
Follow the instructions on your screen. You might need to sign in with apple id
If you already set up Apple Pay on another device, you can use the same card on your new device. Just add your card to Wallet.

Add a credit or debit card to Apple Pay

You can add your credit and debit cards to Apple Pay so that you can use them to pay for purchases in stores, in apps, and on the web.

To add a card to Apple Pay, you need the latest version of iOS, iPadOS, or macOS, and an iPhone 6 or later, iPad Pro, iPad Air 2 or later, iPad mini 3 or later, or iPod touch 6th generation or later.1 You also need to have a credit or debit card from a participating bank or card issuer.

If you’re using an iPhone 6s or later and you added your card to iCloud Keychain previously, you might need to enter the card security code when you add it to Apple Pay.

1. Open the Wallet app on your device and tap .
2. Tap Add Credit or Debit Card. If asked, sign in with your Apple ID. Credit cards that you already use with iTunes appear here by default. Tap one of these cards, then enter the card security code when prompted.
3. To add a new credit or debit card: Position your card in the camera frame and enter your card number when prompted. If you’re asked to add the card that you use with your Apple ID, cards on other devices that are signed in with your Apple ID*, or your credit cards from participating issuers3 will appear here by default; tap one of these options instead of manually entering your credit card information.

*If you can’t see your iOS device’s most recent transactions in Wallet on another device that’s signed in with the same Apple ID: Go to Settings > Passwords & Accounts > iCloud (on iOS 10.2), then turn off Passwords & Accounts; go back and turn Passwords & Accounts back on again (see Remove your iCloud Keychain). If prompted for a six-digit verification code from one of your devices before being able to turn off iCloud Keychain again (on iOS 11), enter that code.*
4. Tap Next after each step:

– Enter the security code for your credit or debit card; if you have an eligible iPhone 6s model or later 4 , tap Done after entering the last digit of your security code so that Wallet can scan it more easily 5 . Then tap Next .

5 You might also be asked if Wallet may use Touch ID whenever it needs this code; tap Allow if so 7 . You might see a different screen depending on whether Touch ID is set up on your device 8 ; swipe up from the bottom edge of any screen if needed 9 , then tap Done 10 issue 11 , this message appears at random times following first set – up “If completed” appears instead following successful activation 12 . TouchID may not be available depending 14 on which device 20you’re using 22 , 28Touch 31 I dea support wasn’t built into iPads until iPad Air 2 26 , 33the settings used 25 , 34and 35whether an external keyboard is connected 21 . 32You’ve reached the end of these instructions 19 ; please contact us if additional support is needed 27 . Thanks for reading!

Use Apple Pay to make a purchase

To use Apple Pay to make a purchase, you need to do the following:

1. Go to the website or app that you want to make a purchase from.
2. Look for the Apple Pay logo or the Buy with Apple Pay button.
3. Select the item or items that you want to buy.
4. When you’re ready to checkout, select Apple Pay as your payment method.
5. If you’re using Siri, double-click the side button and hold your iPhone near the reader. Otherwise, hold your iPhone near the reader with your finger on Touch ID.
6. You might need to enter a PIN or passcode, depending on your settings.
7. Confirm your payment with Face ID or Touch ID, or enter your billing, shipping, and contact information on your iPhone or iPad.

How to Pay with Apple Pay

Apple Pay is a safe and easy way to pay for things online with your iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch. Here’s how to set up and use Apple Pay.

In-Store Purchases

Assuming you have an iPhone 6 or later, an Apple Watch, or a newer iPad, you can use Apple Pay to make secure purchases in stores, within apps, and on the web. You don’t even need to wake up your device; just hold it near the contactless reader with your finger on Touch ID.

In-Store Purchases
To use Apple Pay in a store, look for one of these symbols at checkout:

If you see this symbol, you can use Apple Pay.
When you’re ready to pay, hold your iPhone near the contactless reader with your finger on Touch ID. You might need to sign a receipt or enter a PIN.

If you have an iPhone X, double-click the Side button, then hold the iPhone near the contactless reader. You will feel a tap when your payment is successful.

If you’re paying with Apple Pay in a store and see next to your card in Wallet, you can use Apple Pay Cash. Learn how to start using Apple Pay Cash.

Online Purchases

To pay for goods and services on the web using Apple Pay, look for the Apple Pay button or Apple Pay logo at checkout. On your iPhone or iPad, select the button, then hold your device near the contactless reader. On your Mac, confirm the payment with Touch ID on your MacBook Pro or with your iPhone or Apple Watch.

To pay with a different card:
— If you have more than one card set up in Wallet, choose a default card for Apple Pay purchases in Settings > Wallet & Apple Pay. Then when you use Apple Pay on the web, that card will be selected by default.
— If you’d like to choose a different card for a purchase, Just select it from your Wallet before confirming the payment.

In-App Purchases

When you’re shopping in an app and see Apple Pay as a payment option, just hold your iPhone near the contactless reader with your finger on Touch ID. You might need to sign a receipt or enter your PIN.

If you pay with a credit or debit card, you might need to enter the card security code that’s printed on the back of the card.

To change or add a different credit or debit card, tap Settings > Wallet & Apple Pay, then tap the card that you want to change.

If you turn off in-app purchases or delete a pass from Wallet, you can still use Apple Pay to make purchases in stores, within apps, and on websites in Safari.

How to Add Money to Apple Pay

Apple Pay is a handy way to make purchases online without having to enter your credit card information. You can also use Apple Pay to send and receive money from friends and family. In order to use Apple Pay, you will need to add money to your Apple Pay account. In this section, we will show you how to add money to your Apple Pay account.

Add money to Apple Pay Cash

You can add money to your Apple Pay Cash balance using a debit or prepaid card in Wallet, or by transferring money from your bank account.

To add money using a debit card:

1.Open Wallet and tap Apple Pay Cash.
2.Tap the three dots in the upper-right corner, then tap Info.
3.Under Add Money, tap Add.
4.Enter an amount and tap Add, then confirm with Face ID or Touch ID.
5.Select a debit card and enter your information, then tap Next.

To add money from your bank account:

1.Open Wallet and tap Apple Pay Cash.
2.Tap the three dots in the upper-right corner, then tap Info.
3.Under Add Money, tap Add.
4.Enter an amount and tap Add, then confirm with Face ID or Touch ID.<5>On the confirmation screen, tap Transfer to Bank Account.<6>If you have multiple eligible debit cards in Wallet, you’ll need to choose one before you can continue.<7>The amount of time it takes for the transfer to complete varies depending on your bank’s policies.<8>You can check the status of your transfer under Transaction History.”

Add money to your Apple Pay balance

You can add money to your Apple Pay balance in any of these ways:

-Set up Direct Deposit with your employer or benefits provider
-Transfer money from a debit card or bank account you already set up on Apple Pay
-Transfer money from another person using Apple Pay

If you have questions about adding money to your Apple Pay balance, contact your financial institution.

How to Check Your Apple Pay Balance

It’s easy to check your Apple Pay balance from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:

1.Open the Wallet app.
2.Tap Apple Pay Cash. If you don’t see Apple Pay Cash, tap Edit and then add it.
3.Tap the card that you want to check.
4.Tap .
5.If you have questions about transactions on your Apple Pay Cash card, you contact apple support

How to Remove a Credit or Debit Card from Apple Pay

If you need to remove a credit or debit card from Apple Pay, you can do so in the Wallet app on your iPhone. To remove a card from Apple Pay:

1. Open the Wallet app.
2. Tap on the card you’d like to remove.
3. Scroll down and tap on Remove Card.
4. Confirm that you want to remove the card by tapping Remove.

If you have any problems removing your card from Apple Pay, you can contact your bank or credit card issuer for assistance.

How to Turn Off Apple Pay

Apple Pay is a system that allows users to store their credit and debit card information on their iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or Mac to make secure purchases in-store, in apps, and online. While the convenience and security of Apple Pay are hard to beat, there are times when might want to turn it off — maybe you’re traveling and don’t want to worry about losing your device, or maybe you just don’t want to use it for a certain purchase. Fortunately, turning off Apple Pay is easy to do and can be turned back on just as easily.

To turn off Apple Pay on your iPhone or iPad:
1. Open the Settings app.
2. Tap on Wallet & Apple Pay.
3. Toggle off the switch next to Wallet & Apple Pay.

If you have an Apple Watch, you can turn off Apple Pay by opening the Settings app on your watch, tapping Wallet & Apple Pay, and then tapping the toggle next to Wallet & Apple Pay.

Keep in mind that if you turn off Apple Pay for a device, you will need to re-enable it in order to use it again. However, all of your stored credit and debit card information will remain safe and sound in your iCloud Keychain even when Apple Pay is turned off — so there’s no need to worry about losing any data if you do decide to disable the service temporarily.

How to Troubleshoot Apple Pay

Apple Pay is a secure way to pay for items online using your iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch. When you’re ready to checkout, just select Apple Pay as your payment method and complete the payment using Face ID or Touch ID. If you’re having trouble paying with Apple Pay, there are a few things you can try.

Payment Not Completed

If your payment did not go through, there are a few things you can check:
-First, make sure that your device is connected to the Internet. Apple Pay uses an Internet connection to process payments.
-Second, check that you have enough funds in your account to cover the purchase.
-Third, make sure that you are using a supported credit or debit card. Not all cards work with Apple Pay.
-Fourth, check the billing and shipping address associated with your card to make sure they are correct.
-Finally, if you’re still having trouble, contact your bank or card issuer for help.

Credit or Debit Card Not Working

If you’re trying to use Apple Pay with a credit or debit card, and you can’t add your card or use it to pay, try the following:

Check the expiration date of the card.
Make sure that you’re using a supported card from a participating issuer. You can see a list of issuers that support Apple Pay on Apple’s website.
If you’re using an iPhone, make sure that you have the latest version of iOS. If you’re using an iPad, make sure that you have the latest version of iPadOS.
Check your iCloud Settings to make sure that Apple Pay is turned on for your device.
Restart your device and try again.

Apple Pay Not Working in Store

There are a few things that you can try if you’re having trouble using Apple Pay in a store. First, make sure that your iPhone is correctly positioned near the contactless reader. You may also need to wake your iPhone or sign in to iCloud before using Apple Pay. If you’re still having trouble, you can tryrestarting your iPhone or making sure that both the retailer and your bank support Apple Pay. You can contact apple support for further assistance.

Apple Pay Not Working Online

If you’re having trouble using Apple Pay on a website, make sure that you’re using Safari and a supported card. If you’re still having trouble, try these steps:

-Check the Apple Pay support page to make sure that the website where you’re trying to use Apple Pay is listed as a supported merchant.
-Make sure that your device is running the latest version of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, or watchOS.
-If you’re using an iPhone or iPad, add a new credit or debit card to Wallet and try using Apple Pay again.
-If you’re using a Mac, make sure that your device meets the system requirements for paying with Apple Pay on the web. Then add a new credit or debit card to Wallet and try using Apple Pay again.
-If you’re using an iPhone 6 or later, double-click the Home button when you see the “Hold Near Reader” message. If there’s more than one wallet app installed on your device, tap Wallet and then tap Continue in the wallet app that you want to use.
-If prompted, enter your passcode or use Touch ID instead of Face ID. Then hold your iPhone near the contactless reader until it vibrates and beeps, indicating that your payment was accepted.

Apple Pay Not Working in App

If you’re having trouble using Apple Pay in an app, here are some things you can try:

– First, make sure that your iPhone or iPad is running the latest version of iOS. To check for updates, open the Settings app and tap General -> Software Update.

– Next, make sure that the app you’re trying to use Apple Pay in supports it. Not all apps do yet.

– If the app does support Apple Pay but you’re still having trouble using it, try restarting your device. If that doesn’t work, try deleting and reinstalling the app.

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