Apple Shares Tutorial Video on Using Apple Pay With iPhone X
Apple today shared a new tutorial video on its YouTube channel, this time demonstrating how to use Apple Pay in retail stores with the iPhone X.
Apple Pay on iPhone X is similar to Apple Pay on other devices, but with no fingerprint sensor, you need to unlock your iPhone with Face ID and double tap on the side button to bring up the Wallet app.
Apple's video uses step-by-step instructions to walk users through how to use Apple Pay, similar to other tutorial videos the company has released in the past.
- Step 1: Locate a point-of-sale system that accepts Apple Pay
- Step 2: Double click side button and glance at screen
- Step 3: Hold top of iPhone near reader screen
Apple has been using short tutorial videos for several months now to demonstrate iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, iOS 11, and iPad Pro features. Previous videos have highlighted peer-to-peer Apple Pay payments, Portrait Lightning, iPad-specific iOS 11 tools, and more.
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Top Rated Comments
[doublepost=1513272141][/doublepost] Yeah, pressing a button and looking at the screen sounds like a pain in the butt :rolleyes:
You can make flipping a light switch on sound complicated if you’re biased.
I’ve used a FaceID for ApplePay at least 100 times and never felt irritated.
You can also authenticate before tapping so it’s quite easy to “be ready” when it’s time to pay.
You’re making it sound more complicated than it is because you like TouchID. I hate having a home button on my iPad now that there isn’t one on the X and I don’t want TouchID anywhere else. FaceID is better. Fewer failures.