One of the major reasons why I couldn’t help updating my Mac to macOS Sierra was to use “Apple Pay on the Web.” Though I liked using it on older Mac, I wanted more convenience. As for instance, I wasn’t quite happy to use iPhone or Apple Watch for the authentication of payment.

Fortunately, the MacBook Pro 2016 with Touch ID has made using Apple Pay more convenient. You can quickly set up the most secure mobile payment system on your Mac and use it to your best advantage. Better still, managing the Apple Pay cards on Mac is as simple as it’s one iPhone and Apple Watch. Let’s find out!

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View Apple Pay Cards on Mac

Step #1. Open System Preferences.

Click on System Preferences in macOS Sierra

Step #2. Next, you have to click on the Wallet & Apple Pay icon.

Click on Wallet & Apple Pay in Mac System Preferences

Step #3. In order to view a card’s information such as bank contact info, your device account number, transactions, billing address,

you need to select it from the sidebar.

Note: You need to manage the cards on your iPhone; if you use Apple Pay on your older Mac.

Change Default Apple Pay Card on Mac

Step #1.  System PreferencesWallet & Apple Pay icon.

Click on Wallet & Apple Pay in Mac System Preferences

Step #2. Now at the bottom of the screen, you need to choose the card which you want to make your default option from the drop-down menu.

Delete an Apple Pay Card on Mac

Step #1. Open System PreferencesWallet & Apple Pay icon.

Click on Wallet & Apple Pay in Mac System Preferences

Step #2. Now, you have to select the card you want to delete from the sidebar.

Step #3. Next, you need to press the (delete) button at the bottom of the sidebar.

Finally, confirm that you want to remove the card.

That’s it!

You can use Apple Pay on the Web not just on Mac but also on iPhone and iPad. I really like this new avatar of the most famous mobile payment system.

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