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Apple Pay: Learn the basics through Apple’s Guided Tour

After expanding its payment system to Australia and Canada a couple of days ago, Apple has shared a new Guided Tour that shows users how to set up and use Apple Pay on their iPhones.
The video shows the steps of making a payment at an NFC terminal, as well as making a payment through an iOS app, but also covers the security behind Apple Pay. As the video shows, Apple Pay shares no credit card numbers or personal information during the checkout process.
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As a reminder, Apple’s payment method is now available in the United States, the UK, Canada, and Australia. The latter two countries receiving the service through a partnership with American Express. It is also said that Apple’s payment system will expand to Spain, Singapore, and Hong Kong in 2016, also through the same AMEX partnership. We already wrote about the recent Apple Pay expansion, and you can find a list of all newly-supported banks in this article.
It is also rumored that Apple is in talks with various banks in an effort to developer a person-to-person payment system, which might be the biggest Apple Pay expansion since its inception.

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