Apple Pay on the Apple Watch is an incredibly convenient way to pay for stuff in stores that support it. But if you’re seeing the wrong card when you invoke the payment service on your device, then never fear—we’ll tell you how to change it!
We like Apple Pay a lot, but if it’s getting invoked on your lock screen because of an accidental double-click, you might not be such a fan. In this article, we’ll go over how to disable this functionality!
Apple Pay can be incredibly convenient for iOS users, but while the number of stores which support the feature is growing every day, Apple Pay still can’t be used everywhere. Instead of taking a risk and heading out the door without your wallet, check to see if a store supports Apple Pay before you visit by looking up the store with Maps. Here’s how it works.
Discover, Apple Pay’s lone holdout among the major credit card issuers, announced today that it will finally bring support for the secure mobile payments service to its cardmembers this fall.
Many users rushed to add their credit and debit cards to Apple Pay when the feature launched last year. Now that some time has passed and more banks are participating, many of us may want to mange our list of Apple Pay cards and remove those that are unwanted or expired. Here’s how to remove a card from Apple Pay.
Users of the popular Amazon Rewards Card from Chase were disappointed this week to find that the card was not supported by Apple Pay, with rumors swirling that Amazon had explicitly opted out of Apple’s new service. But Amazon has quickly responded to customer outrage, promising to support Apple Pay soon.
While Apple eventually hopes to see universal support for its take on secure NFC payments, Apple Pay will launch with an impressive, but limited, group of retail partners. So, where will eager Apple Pay users be able to shop this Monday? Here’s the current list.