Apple Pay enables your customers to make secure, contactless purchases using Visa and Mastercard credit and debit cards that they add to Wallet.
Apple Pay uses security features built-in to the hardware and software of Apple devices to help protect the transactions. In addition, to use Apple Pay, customers must have a passcode set on their devices and, optionally, Face ID or Touch ID.
Apple Pay is also designed to protect customers personal information. Apple doesn’t store or have access to the original credit, debit, or prepaid card numbers used with Apple Pay. And when your customers use Apple Pay with credit, debit, or prepaid cards, Apple doesn’t retain any transaction information that can be tied back to them. Transactions stay between customer, you as a merchant and customer’s bank or card issuer.
To allow your customers to pay via Apple Pay, you need to meet some requirements:
You need to configure a processor that supports Apple Pay and enable the connectors of the credit card brands that should be available.
Navigate to Space > Payment > Configuration > Processors to configure the processor that should be used to process Apple Pay payments. Supported processors are Worldline and Concardis. Make sure to enable the connectors of the credit card brands that should be available for the processor. Supported brands are Visa and Mastercard.
Apple Pay is enabled by default, but you can disable it in your space on Space > Payment > Configuration > Apple Pay.