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Use Apple Pay
iOS 11 makes it even simpler than ever for Apple Pay to pay your buddies because you can now do it directly from iMessage. Whereas the iPhone X has slightly different methods of payments. What's nice about Apple Pay is that it's classic "Apple". Easy and stylish, it blends the technology you already have (an iPhone with Touch ID or Face ID) with a one-step checkout procedure packed in a waterproof, more secure package than conventional chips and PINs.
The only thing you need to do is place the upper part of the iPhone display near an NFC card reader and put your fingers on your phone's Touch ID reader, or if you're using an iPhone X, just look at your mobile device. However, first you need to setup Apple Pay up. Watch our iPhone X review movie below.
In order to use Apple Pay, open Wallet (formerly Passbook) on your iPhone, type Add credit or debit card and type your card number. Press Next, your card will then be validated by your card issuer - once this is done, press Next. Now you can use Apple Pay. It' s a very similar procedure to Apple Wallet - see your bank's website for more information.
Place your iPhone near the non-contact card slot and an icon of your card will appear on the display. Then, unless you're using an iPhone XP, just put your fingers on the Touch ID Detector (but don't push the Home button), let it take a second to verify your print, and voila!
If you want to use a different card, touch the card on the monitor and select a different one. You can also prepare a map on the locking screens by double-clicking the Home Buttons. The Apple Pay is slightly different on the iPhone X, as this mobile has no touchpad. Instead, double-click the side key on the telephone, look at iPhone X to identify yourself with the face ID, and then grab the top of iPhone X within a few inches of the card slot.
If you want to use a different map with iPhone X, double-click the page key, touch your standard map, and then select a different map. Use Apple Pay in an application or Safari is as easy as using it elsewhere. Just touch the "Buy with Apple Pay" link, check your pay information, then place your fingers on the Touch ID reader to complete the purchase.
It' a much more efficient procedure than inputting your Apple ID data, and authentification makes it more reliable. Instead, iPhone XP lets you authenticate with the Face ID, which is supposed to be even more reliable. The Apple Pay also works great with Apple Watch. On your iPhone, open the Apple Watch application and touch My Watch.
Next, touch Wallet & Apple Pay, touch Credit or Debit Card, touch Next. Type in your card data, then touch Next. In order to use Apple Pay with your clock, double-click the side key and then place the face of your clock against the card slot until you hear a sound and sense a light heartbeat confirming that the deal has been made.
Please read our Apple Pay setup instructions at Apple Watch for a more detailed look. Since Apple Pay is safer than a non-contact card, it does not have the same limitations, at least not in the UK. Normally there is a £30 non-contact contact level in stores, but this level does not generally cover Apple Pay, so you can use it for large shopping and keep your payment easy no matter what you buy.