Apple described the Tap to Pay feature in February since then the company has been meticulously working on the development of the Tap to Pay feature. Now the company found a path to put its track for a very long run with the new feature.
During yesterday’s WWDC, Apple announced that it would launch the most anticipated Tap to Pay feature on iPhone this month. This will allow users, merchants, and independent sellers in the United States to enable their iPhones as a payment terminal. This feature has been in development for a few months. This allows iPhone users to make payments efficiently and in the most convenient way.
The new feature also offers compatible iPhones to accept payments via Apple Pay, contactless credit and debit cards, and other digital wallets, all with an iPhone in your hand. You could make contactless payments straight away with a single tap.
However, some rumors suggest that this feature wouldn’t be the one with all the easy things that fall upon it, rather it might not make things not hold on to the best. As of now, there hasn’t been any information about the process of the feature.
Tap to Pay on iPhone can be supported with the iPhone XS or newer versions. It will be no more a complicated app for users, customer can use this as any normal Apple Pay transaction. Tap to Pay on iPhone embraces NFC technology to authenticate and complete a purchase securely.
Currently, Apple is looking for partners to enable the new feature more effectively across all the platforms. Apple is now working with numerous partners for Tap to Pay on iPhone, including Square, Stripe, GoDaddy, Chase, and more.
Apple started testing the Tap on Pay feature first at its Apple Park Visitor Center last month, from there it has been rolled out for Apple retail stores. One thing can be put under the triumph carpet, Apple has always been a successful story holder with its previous ventures.