If you have an iPhone X and you have not tried using Apple Pay on the new flagship smartphone just yet, Apple has a new video that will hopefully make the process a bit easier.
Apple Pay: Everything you need to know!
In time for the holidays, Apple is promoting a new deal tied to using Apple Pay for online purchases, which could net you an iTunes gift card.
In a pretty unprecedented move, Apple released iOS 11.2 to the public last Saturday, which was primarily meant to fix some software issues present in the previous version of the mobile operating system.
Apple Pay has to get support from banks for it to be any kind of use for users, and thankfully adoption continues in large chunks as the cracks are filled in.
Apple Pay continues to expand its support from banks and credit unions in the United States.
We’ve been used to the little Apple Pay dance for the last couple of years. Double tap the Home button, authenticate using Touch ID, ping! And voila, it’s paid. On the iPhone X, there’s no home button and no Touch ID. So the process of both invoking and authenticating using Apple ID is different. Here’s how it works.
Apple today expanded Apple Pay to Finland, Denmark, Sweden, and the United Arab Emirates. The company had first revealed its plans of bringing Apple Pay to these markets back in August.
VP of Apple Pay, Jennifer Bailey discussed the growth of Apple Pay at the Money20/20 event in Las Vegas. Bailey also shared some interesting statistics, shedding light on its expansion. Bailey also talked about the arrival of the service in Denmark, Finland, Poland, and Sweden, although Apple’s website is yet to reflect the addition of these new countries.
Apple Pay is still expanding, both in the United States and internationally, and one new report suggests two new countries are on the verge of supporting the mobile payment option.
In November of 2015, Apple Pay officially arrived in Australia, thanks to a partnership with American Express.