Apple Pay is a convenient way to make purchases online, in apps, and in stores. Here’s how use apple pay to pay for your online purchases.
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Apple Pay is a convenient way to make purchases online, in apps, and in stores. use apple pay you need an iPhone 6 or later, an iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, or iPad mini 3 or later, and iOS 8.1 or later. Here’s how to set up use apple pay
Setting up Apple Pay
In order use apple pay you need to have an iPhone 6 or later with iOS 8.1 or higher installed, or apple watch paired with an iPhone 5 or later running iOS 8.2 or higher. You also need to have a credit or debit card from a participating bank.
If you meet all of the above requirements, setting up Apple Pay is easy. Just open the Settings app on your iPhone, tap on Wallet & Apple Pay, and then follow the prompts. You’ll be asked to add a credit or debit card, and you can use either your iPhone’s built-in camera or enter the card information manually. Once your card is added, you’re ready to start using Apple Pay.
Using Apple Pay online
Apple Pay can be used on any website that has the Apple Pay button displayed. When you’re ready to checkout, look for the Apple Pay button, then click it.
If you’re using Safari, you might need to authenticate with Touch ID or Face ID. If you’re using another browser, you might need to enter your card security code.
After you authenticate or enter your card security code, hold your iPhone near the reader to pay. Look for one of these symbols at participating merchants:
If you’re having trouble using Apple Pay on a website, make sure that:
-Your device is updated to the latest iOS. Go to Settings > General > Software Update.
-The site accepts Apple Pay. Look for one of these symbols in Safari controls or on the website’s checkout page.
-You’re signed in to the site with apple id
-Your billing, shipping, and contact information are correct and up to date. To update your information, go to Settings > Wallet & Apple Pay. You might need to enter additional security verification information.
-You have a supported card from a participating issuer in Wallet. To see if your card issuer offers Apple Pay, check the list of participating issuers . If you have more than one card from the same issuer, try using a different card.
If you still can’use apple pay on a website:
-Make sure that Private Browsing is turned off in Safari settings. Then refresh the page and try again.* If you’re asked to choose your card each time you pay, turn off Private Browsing, make sure that third-party cookies are allowedin Safari settings, then refresh the page and try again.*
-Check if there’s an update available for Safari or other browsers on your device.* If prompted during an update, enter your passcode.*
After you update Safari or other browsers on your device*, restart it and try using Apple Pay again:
-On iPhone 8 or later: Pressand hold the side button until you see the power off slider. Drag the slider to turn off your device. After your device turns off, press and hold the side button again until you see theApple logo.*
On iPhone 7 or earlier: Press and hold both the Sleep/Wake button and Home button until you see the power off slider.* Dragthe slider to turn off your device. After *yourdevice turns off, press *and hold both buttons *again untilyou seethe *Apple logo.*