Apple Pay is the one way to pay. It replaces your physical cards and cash with an easier, safer, more secure, and private payment method — whether you’re in a store, online, or sending cash to friends or family. It’s money, made modern.
Apple Pay is simple to set up. Just add your credit or debit card to the Wallet app on your iPhone and you’re ready to go. You still get all your card’s rewards and benefits — so you won’t miss out on any hard-earned points or miles.
Tap to Pay on iPhone
Enable your payment app to accept contactless payments, right on iPhone — without any extra terminals or hardware. Merchants can use your app to accept payment using Apple Pay, Apple Watch, contactless credit or debit cards, and smartphones with other digital wallets.
Apple Pay Later
Apple Pay Later lets customers split a purchase into four equal payments over six weeks, with no interest or fees to pay. Apple Pay Later is available for purchases in apps and online when customers check out with Apple Pay. And it’s built into Wallet so customers can easily track what they owe and when they owe it.
By using the Mastercard network, Apple Pay Later just works with Apple Pay and requires no integration for merchants.
Detailed receipts and order tracking information for Apple Pay transactions now display in Wallet. You can notify customers about order changes and provide easy access to customer service and order management options. Use PKPaymentAuthorizationResult and include the new order details properties to seamlessly add order details to Wallet once the payment is complete.
Securely complete automatic or recurring payments, independent of a device, with the new Apple Pay merchant token. This allows for continuity across multiple devices. For example, if someone upgrades to a new iPhone, their payment information will be managed through a merchant token and remain active if they remove a card from their old device.
New transaction types in the Payment Request API let you fine-tune your payment experience for subscriptions, recurring bills, automatic reload of card balances, and more.
Pay multiple merchants in a single transaction
Offer the ability to specify purchase amounts for multiple merchants within a single Apple Pay payment sheet. This allows the flexibility to let customers make a bundled purchase, such as a travel package with flight, rental car, and hotel, then send payments to individual merchants.