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Buy Apple Watch With Payments



Securely complete automatic or recurring payments, independent of a device, with the new Apple Pay merchant token. This allows for continuity across multiple devices. For example, if someone upgrades to a new iPhone, their payment information will be managed through a merchant token and remain active if they remove a card from their old device.




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Offer the ability to specify purchase amounts for multiple merchants within a single Apple Pay payment sheet. This allows the flexibility to let customers make a bundled purchase, such as a travel package with flight, rental car, and hotel, then send payments to individual merchants.4


Apple Pay is Apple's mobile payments service. As with the Apple Watch, Apple has adopted the Apple symbol "" followed by "Pay" for the service's name, though the company also refers to it as "Apple Pay."


Available since October 20, 2014, Apple Pay is designed to allow iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch users in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Singapore, Switzerland, Hong Kong, France, Russia, China, Macau, Japan, New Zealand, Spain, Taiwan, Ireland, Italy, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, UAE, Brazil, Ukraine, Norway, Poland, Belgium, Kazakhstan, Germany, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Austria, the Czech Republic, Iceland, Hungary, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia, Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Belarus, Serbia, Mexico, Israel, Qatar, Chile, Bahrain, Palestine, Azerbaijan, Costa Rica, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Moldova, and South Korea to make payments for goods and services with their iPhones in retail stores using an NFC chip built into their iPhones.


In 2017, Apple enabled person-to-person Apple Pay payments through the Messages app on the iPhone and Apple Watch. Using Apple Cash, you can send money to friends or family in the United States. Apple in August also introduced its own credit card, the Apple Card, which has unique perks and benefits and offers deep integration with Apple Pay and the Wallet app.


Apple Pay has seen a major change with the introduction of the iPhone X and later as these iPhones feature Face ID facial recognition instead of Touch ID fingerprint authentication. Facial scans rather than fingerprint scans are used to confirm payments.


Apple is aiming to replace the wallet with Apple Pay, and the one-step payment process prevents people from needing to dig through a purse or wallet to find credit or debit cards. Because it is built on existing NFC technology, Apple Pay works anywhere NFC-based contactless payments are accepted.


After an item is added to an online cart and a user initiates the checkout process, Apple Pay can be selected as the payment method. The shipping/billing address associated with the credit or debit card on file is automatically entered, as is a user's name, and the purchase is confirmed via Touch ID. During this process, information like shipping address can be altered, which is useful when ordering a gift. Online payments using Apple Pay for the web follow the same process.


Online and retail store payments are both limited to participating merchants. Apple Pay is only available within apps and on websites that have adopted the Apple Pay API and to make a payment in a retail location, the shop needs to support Apple Pay directly or allow NFC payments.


With the Apple Watch, authentication is done through skin contact. When the watch is placed on the wrist, a user is prompted to enter their passcode. After a passcode is entered, as long as the device continues to have contact with the skin (which is monitored through the heart rate sensor), it's be able to be used to make payments. If the watch is removed and skin contact is lost, it can no longer be used to make payments.


Because Apple utilizes Device Account Numbers, a user's credit card number is never shared with merchants or transmitted with payments. Store clerks and employees do not see a user's credit card at any point, and they also do not have access to personal information like a name or address because an ID is not required for verification purposes.


In October of 2015, Kohl's became the first retail store to allow Apple Pay to be used with its in-store credit cards. Kohl's Charge Cards can now be added to Apple Pay and used to make purchases in Kohl's retail stores. In May of 2016, Kohl's also became the first retailer to support both store payments and rewards with a single tap in Apple Pay, allowing users to automatically get rewards points when using their Kohl's cards without the need for a second Apple Pay transaction.


Because Apple Pay is based on already existing NFC technology, the service works in hundreds of thousands of locations that accept contactless payments in the countries where Apple Pay is accepted. Apple Pay launched with a handful of partners, but over the course of the last two years, many more stores have begun accepting the payments service.


Apple Pay support can be built into any app, and thousands of apps, representing businesses both big and small, accept Apple Pay as a payment method in their apps. When used in an app, Apple Pay payments can be made on iPhones and iPads equipped with Touch ID fingerprint sensors.


In iOS 11.2, Apple introduced Apple Cash (formerly Apple Pay Cash), designed to allow users to send peer-to-peer Apple Pay payments using Messages on the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. Apple Cash lets you send money to friends and family with a connected debit card, similar to services like Square Cash or Venmo.


Apple in February 2022 introduced "Tap to Pay on iPhone," a feature designed to allow NFC-compatible iPhones to accept payments through Apple Pay, contactless credit and debit cards, and other digital wallets, without requiring additional hardware.


Apple Pay became available in November of 2015 through a partnership with American Express, allowing American Express cardholders to use Apple Pay at any retailer that accepts contactless payments, but later Visa, Mastercard, and eftpos began supporting Apple Pay. In April of 2016, Apple Pay expanded to ANZ, the first of Australia's four major banks to implement Apple Pay support.


After debuting through the American Express partnership in 2015, Apple Pay in Canada expanded to two major Canadian banks, RBC and CIBC, on May 10, 2016. Apple Pay further expanded to Canada Trust, Scotiabank, BMO, Tangerine, and MBNA, and with all major Canadian banks accepting Apple Pay, the payments service is available 90 percent of Canadian banking customers.


Apple Pay launched in Finland in October of 2017.In Finland, credit and debit cards from Nordea, Aktia, and ST1 work with Apple Pay. Apple Pay payments are accepted wherever contactless payments are available, and a list of supported retailers and more information on Apple Pay can be found on Apple's Finland Apple Pay website.


Apple Pay launched in Sweden in October of 2017. In Sweden, credit and debit cards from Nordea, Swedbank, and ST1 work with Apple Pay. Apple Pay payments are accepted wherever contactless payments are available, and a list of supported retailers and more information on Apple Pay can be found on Apple's Apple Pay website in Sweden.


Apple Pay expanded to Brazil in April of 2018 through a partnership with Brazilian bank Itaú Unibanco. Apple Pay can be used with credit and debit cards issued by Itaú Unibanco in retail stores where NFC payments are accepted and within apps.


Apple Pay launched in Belgium in November 2018 through an exclusive partnership with BNP Paribas Fortis and its subsidiary brands Fintro and Hello Bank. Customers of these banks are able to use Apple Pay to make payments for purchases online, in apps, and in retail locations that support contactless payments. Apple Pay availability later expanded to KBC in 2020, and ING Belgium in 2021.


Apple Pay launched in the Czech Republic on February 19, 2019. Apple Pay in the country works with Air Bank, Česká spořitelna, J&T Banka, Komerční banka, MONETA Money Bank, mBank, and payments service Twisto.


Apple Pay launched in Mexico on February 23, allowing Citibanamex, Banorte, HSBC, and Inbursa customers with American Express and MasterCard debit and credit cards to use Apple Pay in the country when making contactless payments.


Apple Watch Series 8 and Apple Watch SE require an iPhone 8 or later with iOS 16 or later.1 Apple Watch Series 8 and Apple Watch SE have a water resistance rating of 50 meters under ISO standard 22810:2010. This means that they may be used for shallow-water activities like swimming in a pool or ocean. However, they should not be used for scuba diving, waterskiing or other activities involving high-velocity water or submersion below shallow depth. Water resistance is not a permanent condition and can diminish over time. For additional information see support.apple.com/en-gb/HT205000. Series 8 is also rated IP6X dust resistant.2 Blood Oxygen app measurements are not intended for medical use, including self-diagnosis or consultation with a doctor, and are only designed for general fitness and wellness purposes.3 Battery life varies by use and configuration. See apple.com/batteries for more information.4 The temperature sensing feature is not a medical device and is not intended for use in medical diagnosis, treatment, or for any other medical purpose.


However, since all of these deals require you to make monthly payments, you will need to stay with your service provider for 2-3 years. Also, you can only use the Apple credits to purchase a new iPhone 12 or 13.


To remove your Apple device from your list of trusted devices, go to appleid.apple.com and sign in with your Apple ID and password. Then scroll down to your list of devices and select the one you want to trade in. Finally, click Remove from account.


Unlike when Apple Pay launched in the USA, contactless payments are already widely accepted across the UK. British consumers are clearly on board with contactless payments, too: the number of contactless payments in the UK surged 331 percent between 2013 and 2014. In theory, you should be able to use your iPhone or Apple Watch to pay at any terminal with the contactless payment symbol or the new Apple Pay symbol, and our own testing bore that out. According to Apple and Visa, there are around 250,000 locations in the UK that accept contactless payments (and thus Apple Pay). 041b061a72


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