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How to configure Apple Pay on iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac

Apple Pay is extremely convenient and useful for purchases in stores, online, and apps. The feature is available on iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac and 9to5Mac provided detailed instructions on how to configure it.

First and foremost is to check supports one or the other Bank, Apple Pay: it’s easy to do on the Apple website. You can then proceed to install features.

On iPhone and iPad

  • Need to open settings > Wallet & Apple Pay > Add credit or debit card. If the iTunes account and App Store are already connected card, then iOS will offer to pick it up.
  • Further, depending on the Bank needed verification of the card via phone, SMS or email. You may also need call to the Bank, so this process can take a long time.
  • Once the inquiry is complete, Apple Pay is ready to use.
  • Apple Watch

  • You need to go to app Watch iOS > Wallet & Apple Pay > Add credit or debit card. If the iPhone already has a card, no information, excluding CVV requested will not: the system simply takes all the data from the Wallet on iOS.
  • If earlier, the map will not be added, will have to either photograph it or enter all the content manually.
  • Further, depending on the Bank needed verification of the card via phone, SMS or email. You may also need call to the Bank, so this process can take a long time.
  • Once the inquiry is complete, Apple Pay is ready to use. To activate the features on the watch, you need to double click on the side button.
  • On a MacBook Pro with Touch Bar

  • On a new MacBook with Touch ID you can also configure Apple Pay. To do this, go to System settings > Wallet & Apple Pay > click the “ + ” button. Here also you can either take a picture of the map, or enter all the information manually.
  • Further, depending on the Bank needed verification of the card via phone, SMS or email. You may also need call to the Bank, so this process can take a long time.
  • Once the inquiry is complete, Apple Pay is ready to use. You can now make purchases through Safari via Apple Pay using the Touch ID sensor located in the upper right corner of the keyboard.
  • On a Mac without Touch Bar

  • Even if the Mac does not support Apple Pay initially, there is an option called “Allow payments on a Mac.” In the case of the iPhone and iPad it is in settings > Wallet & Apple Pay, in the case of Apple Watch app Watch > Wallet & Apple Pay. It must be enabled.
  • After that, you simply need to visit any website that supports Apple Pay in Safari, click “Pay with Pay” or “Pay” and authenticate using your iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch.
  • Although the process of setting up Apple Pay on each device is slightly different, the effect is the same. The user is able to securely make purchases in apps on the Internet or in stores. In the US you can also send and receive money using Apple Pay Cash via iMessage.

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