Apple Pay requires a supported smartphone and OS. To use the app, you only need iOS 8.1, but Apple Cash requires iOS 15.5 or higher. Set up Apple Pay on your devices.
Paying with your phone is sometimes easier and faster than rummaging for a credit card or cash while shopping online or in-store. That’s why people like mobile payment apps.
iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac owners use Apple Pay. Connecting a credit or debit card through the app lets you pay in stores and online. iPads and Macs can buy things from supported websites. Using Face ID, Touch ID, or a PIN, your account is debited.
ApplePay on iPhone or iPad
Tap the plus (+) icon in the upper-right corner of the Wallet app on your iPhone, then choose Debit or Credit Card. Two techniques exist to add a credit or debit card. Your phone’s camera can catch your name, number, and expiration date.
Enter the number and expiration date by tapping Enter Card Details Manually. Manually enter the card’s security code with either method. Type the expiration date and tap Next.
Then you must email, text, or call the bank to validate your card. After entering the code, your card is authorised and added to Wallet for Apple Pay.
There is no Wallet app for iPads to use Apple Pay online or in stores. Instead, tap Add Card under Settings > Wallet & Apple Pay.
Add a new debit or credit card like you would on an iPhone. Tap Previous Cards to add an iPhone payment method. You’ll see your iPhone’s cards.
Tap Continue after unchecking apps you don’t want on the iPad. You must then verify the card by text, email, or phone call.
Apple Card can be connected to Apple Pay and shared through Family Sharing. Tap the addition (+) icon in Wallet, then choose Apply for Apple Card. Confirm your name, phone number, birthdate, and address.
Type the last four digits of your SSN to validate your identity. Next, input annual income. Touch Next, review Apple Card terms, then tap Agree.
You’ll see your credit limit, APR, and costs if you’re authorized. Tap Accept Apple Card. Set Apple Card as your default payment option for Wallet, Apple Watch, Safari, Apple ID, and Apple Pay.
You can also get a physical titanium Apple Card to use at non-Apple Pay merchants. Tap Tap Confirm after reviewing your address.
After using your Apple Card, you’ll see its activity screen with a balance and activity.
Apple Watch ApplePay Setup
Apple Watches can use Apple Pay. During iPhone setup, you’re asked if you want to connect a card to your Apple Watch. To add the code, press Add Now. Your watch displays the card.
You can manually add a card through the Watch app on your iPhone if you didn’t during initial setup. Open Wallet & Apple Pay, then tap Add Card. If you already added a card to your iPhone, scroll to Other Cards On Your Phone and click Add.
Open Apple Watch’s Wallet app to see cards. Swipe down to see added cards. Swipe to the bottom of the watch’s screen and press Add Card. Add a new or iPhone card.
Mac Apple-Pay Setup
On a Mac, choose System Preferences > Wallet & Apple Pay > Add Card. Next, you’ll see your Apple Pay cards.
Uncheck any you don’t want, then click Next. Then enter the card’s security code on your Mac. Click Add a Different Credit or Debit Card to add another card.
Scan or manually enter the card information. Accept the terms, then verify the card by email, text, or phone.
After adding numerous cards to Apple Pay, you can modify settings to better the interface. On a Mac, go to System Preferences > Wallet & Apple Pay.
iPhone can change:
Double-click the Side button to view cards.
Enable or disable Apple Pay on Safari AutoFill.
Phones can authenticate Mac payments.
Add purchases to Wallet.
Change default card
Change your iPhone, iPad, and Mac’s default card. When you pay for something, this card shows. Tap Default Card under Transaction Defaults on the Wallet & Apple Pay settings page. Choose a card.
Change the Default Card on a Mac by clicking the drop-down menu.
It’s time to use Apple Pay on all your devices. Place your iPhone (or iPad) near the terminal or payment scanner to pay in-store. Once in place, Apple Pay will show your default card.
Swipe up on your card list to change cards. Tap your choice.
1.Double-tap and click the Side button on your device to pay, then verify using Face ID, Touch ID, or a PIN.
2. Double-tap the Side button on your Apple Watch to see your debit and credit cards.
3. Double-tap the Side button to buy with a card.
Visit a website or app that accepts Apple Pay to pay online with your Mac. Click the price or buy button, then authenticate with Touch ID. Purchased.