A Beginner-Friendly Guide To Using Apple Pay [Infographic]

A Beginner-Friendly Guide To Using Apple Pay [Infographic]
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Mobile payment systems have really taken off in Australia — all of the major banks now have them and Apple has followed suit with Apple Pay. If you’ve just purchased your first iPhone or are unfamiliar with how this feature works, the following infographic explains everything you need to know; from setting up Apple Pay on different devices to making your first contactless payment.

Apple Pay relies on NFC to make its contactless payments with fingerprint authentication for extra security. This infographic from comparison site Select The Best breaks down how the technology works with a comprehensive setup guide for different Apple devices.

[Via Select The Best]


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  • It forgot “open a high-fee ANZ account because your current bank/building society/credit union doesn’t support it and isn’t likely to”.

  • It should be noted, and it’s a bit weird that it isn’t mentioned in a “beginner friendly” guide, that Apple Pay is only supported by ANZ and American Express (direct, not through banks).

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