3 Simple Steps to Use Apple Pay on Amazon from Your iPhone
If you have an iPhone and an Amazon account, you can now use Apple Pay to make your purchases on Amazon. Here are three simple steps to get started:
Steps To Use Apple Pay On Amazon
Assuming you want tips on using Apple Pay on Amazon, here are three simple steps:
Step One: Open the Amazon app and sign in. If you don’t have an account yet, now is a great time to create one.
Step Two: Tap the “Add Payment Method” button at the top of the main screen.
Step Three: Choose “Apple Pay” from the list of options and enter your phone number. If you’re using an iPhone 6 or later, you’ll also need to enter your Apple ID password.
Once you’ve completed these steps, your iPhone will be set up to use Apple Pay with Amazon. From here, all you need to do is touch your finger to the home button and hold it down until you see the “Add Credit/Debit Card” option appear. Touch that and then follow the on-screen instructions to add your credit or debit card information.
iPhone users should note that they cannot use Apple Pay with Google Play Store apps or online shopping portals like eBay. That’s because those platforms don’t partner with banks that offer Apple Pay support.
Enable Apple Pay on your device
Assuming you want to use Apple Pay on Amazon, there are three things you need to do:
- Enable the feature on your device. To do this, open the Settings app and tap on General. Next, scroll down and tap on Wallet & Passcode. On the next page, toggle Enable Apple Pay to ON.
- Make sure your device is connected to the internet and updated with the latest security patches.
- Open Amazon and sign in. Once logged in, just like AbeBooks, you will see a payment option under My Account (left column). If it doesn’t appear right away, just refresh the page a few times until it shows up. When it does appear under My Account, simply press Add Item and choose one of the options below:
iPhone 6 or later: Touchscreen + Finger Scanning
iPhone 5 or later: Swipe up from the bottom of the screen (or long-press if using an iPad) + Finger Scanning
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Add A Credit Or Debit Card To Your Apple Wallet
Adding a credit or debit card to your Apple Wallet is easy, and you can do it on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. Here’s how:
- Open the Settings app on your device.
- Scroll down to the “Wallet” section and tap it.
- Tap the “Add Credit or Debit Card” button. (If you’ve never added a card to your Wallet before, you’ll need to create an account first.)
- Scan the barcode of the card you want to add and enter the security code that appears on the back of the card. You can also enter bank information if you’re adding a debit card rather than a credit one.
- If necessary, configure settings for automatic payment from this card in the “Automatic Payment Options” section of Wallet settings.
Use Apple Pay To Shop On Amazon
Using Apple Pay on Amazon is a breeze. Here are three simple steps to get started:
First, add your credit or debit card to your Apple Wallet by clicking on the “Add Credit or Debit Card” button in the “My Apple Pay” section of the App Store.
Next, open Amazon.com and sign in. If you’re already signed in, just hit the Menu button (three lines down from the top) and select “Use Apple Pay”.
Finally, follow the on-screen instructions to complete the payment process. Congratulations! You’ve just used Apple Pay on Amazon!
Assuming you have followed the steps above, you should now be able to use Apple Pay on Amazon from your iPhone. This process is simple and convenient and allows you to make purchases without having to enter your credit card information.
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