- 1 How to view your recent transactions with Apple Pay
- 2 uccu apple pay
- 3 Apple Pay hands-on: is this the future of payments?
- 4 2. Adding Apple Pay to your payment methods
- 5 3. Generating Apple Pay Certificate
- 5.1 Step 1. Obtaining Apple CSR from your payment provider
- 5.2 Step 2. Uploading Apple CSR to Shopgate
- 5.3 4.1 Why does it take a few days to activate Apple Pay?
- 5.4 4.2 Which of my customers can use Apple Pay?
- 5.5 4.3 Which card types are supported?
- 5.6 4.4 How much does it cost to accept Apple Pay?
- 5.7 4.5 What are "Apple CSR" and "Apple Pay Certificate" files?
How to view your recent transactions with Apple Pay
Apple Pay doesn't just make it easy to purchase items in-store and online, but also to keep track of your purchases. You can view recent transactions in Passbook, and, depending on whether or not your credit card and bank support it, a longer transactional history in Settings. Here's how!
How to view recent Apple Pay transactions with Passbook
- Launch the Passbook app on your iPhone or iPad that you use Apple Pay with.
- Tap on the card you'd like to view recent transactions for.
- Any recent transactions should appear directly underneath the card.
- Tap the Info button in the bottom right corner of any card to view more transactions.
The area beneath Passbook cards seems to only show transactions from the last 24 hours. If you haven't made a transaction in the last 24 hours, it shows the last transaction you made.
How to view detailed Apple Pay transactions with Settings
You can view a more detailed transaction history in Settings, if your credit card and bank support it. (If not, it will be blank.)
- Launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad that you use Apple Pay with.
- Tap on Passbook & Apple Pay.
- Tap on the card you'd like to view a transaction history for.
- You should see current transactions in the main view if your cardholder supports it.
If your bank as a stand-alone iOS app as well, you may also be able to tap on the Open button next to the app name in order to view complete account details, make payments, and more.
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Apple Pay hands-on: is this the future of payments?
I just spent some quick time using Apple Pay on an iPhone 6 Plus, and it's remarkably smooth. The phone was loaded up with a handful of credit cards, and holding the top of the phone about an inch from the card reader with my thumb on the TouchID home button triggered a payment from the default card in about five to 10 seconds. If you want to use a different card, just leave your finger off the home button and you'll see a Passbook-style card stack at the bottom of the screen, which you can tap on to bring up the full list and pick the card you want. Then you just put your finger on the reader and you're good to go.
Apple Pay also works with apps on the phone — the demo of choice here is Uber, which allows you to forego setting up an account if you want to use Apple Pay. Just hit "Ride Now" and you can call for a car by setting your location and authenticating against your Apple Pay account with Touch ID. It's super seamless, but there's no info on how much of a cut Apple's taking, so we'll see how many app developers want to use this system.
It's nice — but can it become ubiquitous?
Apple's demo station was set up with readers that were permanently locked in the "accept payment" stage of the process, so it's hard to know how well this will work when Walgreen's is also trying to get your loyalty card and trying to coax out a donation to a charity and all the software everywhere is new and buggy, but for now this is the the smoothest payment system I've seen. The Touch ID functionality adds a real sense of security to the process, there's very little software fumbling, and in general everything seems like a cohesive user experience. It's nice. The real question is whether it's so nice that it becomes ubiquitous — because while 220,000 stores is nice, it's not nearly enough for anyone to leave their credit cards at home right now.
2. Adding Apple Pay to your payment methods
To add Apple Pay as a payment method, follow the steps below:
- On your Shopgate Payment page, where we left off in Chapter 1, look for the ApplePay section at the bottom. Click Add Now to add Apple Pay as a credit and debit card payment method.
Now Apple Pay should appear in your payment list. Please continue to the next chapter to generate your Apple Pay Certificate.
3. Generating Apple Pay Certificate
An Apple Pay Certificate needs to be generated before Apple Pay can be used in your Shopgate mobile shop. Follow the steps here:
Step 1. Obtaining Apple CSR from your payment provider
First of all, you will need to obtain an Apple Certificate Signing Request (CSR) from your payment provider.
Step 2. Uploading Apple CSR to Shopgate
Once you have the Apple CSR, upload it to Shopgate by following these steps:
3. Now a status will appear.
We will work hard to activate your certificate. This process may take up to 5 business days.
That's it! Now you have finished your part of adding Apple Pay as a payment method. Once Apple Pay has been activated and verified, you will be ready to accept credit and debit card payments via Apple Pay.
4.1 Why does it take a few days to activate Apple Pay?
This is because Apple Pay and Shopgate want to give your customers a high level of security when it comes to credit and debit card payments.
For each shop that has added Apple Pay as a payment method, a Shopgate payment expert will make sure to create a unique certificate and upload it to Apple Pay manually. This process can take up to 5 business days.
After your Apple Pay is activated, your customers will be able to enjoy the easy and secure payments with Apple Pay.
4.2 Which of my customers can use Apple Pay?
To use Apple Pay, your customers will need to check out in your Shopgate iOS app on an iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air 2 or iPad mini 3 device. These models contain a Secure Element, which provides your customers with an extra protection of the card information.
Your customers will also need to have a valid credit or debit card already connected with Apple Pay on their devices.
Also note that Apple Pay is currently only available in the U.S. We will work hard to bring Apple Pay to your app as soon as it is available in your country.
4.3 Which card types are supported?
Any U.S. credit or debit card from one of the connected issuer banks is supported by Apple Pay. More information can be found here: https://www.apple.com/apple- pay
4.4 How much does it cost to accept Apple Pay?
Apple does not charge merchants or customers to use Apple Pay for payments. Your customers' credit and debit transactions will continue to be handled by your payment provider.
4.5 What are "Apple CSR" and "Apple Pay Certificate" files?
While both files are needed to activate Apple Pay, these 2 files serve different purposes.
An "Apple CSR" file, or an "Apple Certificate Signing Request" file, is provided by your payment service provider and is used to generate your "Apple Pay Certificate" file. You will need to download an "Apple CSR" from your payment provider account and upload it to Shopgate.
An "Apple Pay Certificate" file, on the other hand, is provided by Shopgate and is used to activate Apply Pay in your payment service provider account. You will get this file from Shopgate after it is generated, then upload it to your payment provider account for final verification.