Apple Pay is already becoming popular as a way to pay for items on your phone, such as during checkout in a store or on various mobile apps. But, did you know that you can also use Apple Pay from your MacBook to while shopping on websites? All you need is to setup Apple Pay on your MacBook then use the Safari browser, and you can checkout simply by using your fingerprint on your MacBook. Apple Pay is a super fast and convenient way to pay for goods online, plus its more secure because you're never sharing your credit card information with any vendors.
Apple Pay is becoming a more and more popular way of purchasing items. It’s arguably the biggest contactless payment method on the market at the moment. Contactless payments are great because you don’t have to worry about carrying your credit/debit card with you or going through a lengthy chip transaction. Contactless payments are usually a tap or touch away from being completed.
The iPhone’s version of contactless payment, Apple Pay, comes preloaded on all Apple devices. You’ll actually be prompted to set it up when you’re running through your device’s initial setup process.
Apple Pay is pretty easy to use, and allows you to make secure purchases in stores or online. You can even send friends and family money just like PayPal, only you can do it through a text message. It’s faster than using a credit or debit card for virtually every transaction.
Apple Pay also works in many apps, like Lyft and Airbnb, so you can make a transaction through an app safely and quickly. When you use Apple Pay, there’s no transaction information that is kept after the purchase. No card information will be linked to you, thus minimizing the chance of identity theft.