Apple Pay

January 06, 2017 Advaith Jagathesan

Did you know that we support Apple PayTM?

Not the type where you go to a store and tap the terminal with your iPhone®, but the type where you easily buy stuff online.

It's not new, we've supported it since this feature came out, which was in September 2016.

We've collected a bunch of tips below to help you take advantage of it.



To use Apple Pay on, you will need:

An iPhone 5s, 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, 7, or 7 Plus.

It will also need to run iOS 10. (to check go to Settings>General>Software Update.)

If you want to make the purchase on a Mac (it doesn't work on Windows), here are the additional requirements:

macOS Sierra (to check go to >About This Mac.)

You will also have to use Safari, on Mac or iOS.

To use Apple Pay, click the Buy on  Pay button, on the Cart or Checkout page.

On iPhone, check the details, then use Touch IDTM to confirm your purchase.

On the MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, check the details, then use Touch ID to confirm your purchase.

On other Macs, check the details, then use Touch ID on your iPhone or double-click the side button on your Apple Watch to confirm your purchase.

If the button is still not showing up, then test it out on Stripe's doc page.

Why should I use Apple Pay?

It's more secure

No need to put in your details (again), Apple Pay already has your info.

For more info, see Apple®'s page, or read the support article.

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