Apple Pay in Safari: Tips to use for Online Payments

Apple Pay is one of the most used mobile payment services in the world. With iOS 10, users finally can use Apple Pay on the web through Safari. Basically, Apple’s payment service allows users to check out online in both secure and convenient way without even needing to fill out billing and shipping information.

In this guide, we will walk you through the steps to use Apple Pay on the web with Safari. Before we get started, make sure that you have updated your iOS device to iOS 10. If you have not done so already, do it first.

Steps to use Apple Pay with Safari in iOS 10

  1. Steps to set up Apple Pay in Safari on your iPhone

To use Apple Pay on the web, you need to set it up. The process is pretty simple and here is how you can do this:

Step one: First off, you need to launch Setting app from your home screen. Once you are in, scroll down a little bit and tap Wallet & Apple Pay to proceed

Step two: Once you are done, all you need to do is to select Add Credit or Debit Card and follow on-screen instructions to add your card details.

  1. Steps to use Apple Pay in Safari on your iPhone

Once you have successfully set up Apple Pay for use on the web, everything is now pretty simple. Here is how

Step one: Head to a webpage that supports Apple Pay using Safari on your iPhone. Select the item you wish to purchase and tap Buy with Apple Pay

Step two: Safari will request your fingerprint using Touch ID. All you need to do is to place your finger on the home button to activate Touch ID

Step three: Once you are done, wait until the payment is processed and approved

That’s it! You can also make payments with Safari in MacOS Sierra and use your Apple Watch to authenticate your purchases.

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