Awaited by many, Apple's NFC payment service has finally arrived in Brazil. For those who don't know, the Apple Pay was announced in 2014 along with the iPhone 6, and consists of a system that links the credit card to the iPhone virtually. Authentication of the payment is done through the fingerprint of the iPhone owner (Touch ID) or the face (Face ID).
To add a card, just open the application Wallet and touch the ?+? cone. Then, tap ?Continue? and then scan the card with the camera or add the data manually. Follow the instructions below and you're done!
The Apple Pay feature is present on the following devices:
Payments in physical stores, online and in apps.
- 6 and 6 Plus;
- 6S and 6S Plus;
- 7 and 7 Plus;
- 8 and 8 Plus;
For online store and app payments only.
- mini 3 and 4;
- Air 2;
- 5th generation;
- 6th generation.
Only for payments in physical stores and in applications.
- All Apple Watch models.
For online store payments only.
- Macs 2012 or later (authenticating via iPhone or Apple Watch);
- MacBooks Pro with Touch ID.
You can pay for approximation using Apple Pay on any machine that has one of these symbols:
For now, only Ita bank customers can use Apple Pay. However, we hope that soon new banks, stores and establishments will adopt the service, as it is much more practical and safer for customers.
In this link you can see more details and establishments that already accept the resource.
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