Steps to use Apple Pay on your Mac

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In the previous tutorial, we introduced how to install and manage Apple Pay on your Mac. And today, we will show you how to use it.

It should be noted that with iOS 10 and macOS Sierra, users are now able to securely make purchases on the Web with Apple Pay using a touch of their finger. So, without any further delay, let’s cover how to use Apple Pay on your Mac.

Before getting started, note that Apple Pay on the web is only supported in Safari.

Steps to use Apple Pay on your MacBook Pro

Step 1: Launch Safari on your iPhone/iPad.

Step 2: Point your web browser to a participating retailer website that offers Apple Pay on the web.

Step 3: Locate the checkout process.

Step 4: Click on Checkout with Apple Pay.

Step 5: Click on Pay with Apple Pay.

Step 6: You need to double-check your contact information to ensure your shipping and billing address is correct.

Step 7: Now, you will have to confirm billing and shipping information. To do this, you simply rest your Touch ID-registered finger on the Touch ID button to the far right of the Touch Bar.

Steps to use Apple Pay on older Macs

If you are using an older Mac, you can still buy stuff online with Apple Pay as long as you have an iPhone that supports Touch ID or an Apple Watch. Just follow these steps:

Step 1: Launch Safari on your desktop or laptop computer.

Step 2: Point your web browser to a participating retailer website that offers Apple Pay on the web.

Step 3: Locate the checkout process.

Step 4: Click on Checkout with Apple Pay.

Step 5: Click on Pay with Apple Pay.

Step 6: You need to double-check your contact information to ensure your shipping and billing address is correct.

Step 7: Lastly, rest your Touch ID-registered finger on the Home button of your iPhone or click on the Side button on your Apple Watch to Pay with Apple Pay.

That’s all about how to use Apple Pay on your Mac. Got any questions? Do let us know in the comments section below.

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