A new leak on the Apple Pay system has serviced. It revolves around the way the payment service will work for retailers and shoppers utilizing it. 9to5Mac, a very reliable source has the first scoop this issue and according to the website, it seems that Apple Pay is much easier to set up that we initially expected.
Users can set up the mobile payment system via Passbook, the smartphone’s settings menu or when users initially set up their new iPhone. If a new individual credit and debit card needs to be added, users simply need to sync Apply Pay to their iTunes account or scan the new cards using the iPhone camera. A nice little cherry on the top is when users’ card is expiring, Apple will be able to get the new expiration date directly from your bank and update the information automatically.
Retail employees where the Apple Pay system is being launch are taking an hour-long training course on how to use the mobile payment service and to troubleshoot it when things aren’t working smoothly or an issue arises. Apple Stores around the country are already prepping to launch the new service along with the in-house Caffe Macs restaurant at the company’s own Cupertino headquarters.