“Apple Pay on the Web” is one of the most appreciable features in macOS Sierra. But, you have to use your iPhone or Apple Watch to authenticate the payment – if your Mac doesn't have Touch ID.
With the new MacBook Pro having Touch ID, you no longer need an iPhone or Apple Watch to confirm the payment of the stuff you buy using Apple Pay. Indeed, the latest MBP has made using Apple Pay on the Web a lot easier. Here is how it works!
How to Use Apple Pay on MacBook Pro 2016
Note: Assuming you have set up Apple Pay on your device.
Step #1. Launch Safari on your MacBook Pro.
Step #2. Next, you need to head over to the participating retailer website that supports Apple Pay on the web.
Step #3. Now, go through the checkout process. Then, click Checkout with Apple Pay.
Step #4. Next, you need to click Pay with Apple Pay.
Step #5. Check your contact information again in order to ensure shipping as well as billing address is correct.
Step #6. Now, simply place your Touch ID-registered finger on the Touch ID button on your Mac to confirm your payment using Apple Pay.
The new MacBook Pro comes with Touch Bar which has been designed to let you use apps with amazing convenience. With fascinating design and adorable display, the latest MBP has won over a lot of fans.
Personally, I can't wait to put my hands on the 15-inch MacBook Pro. It's easily the best laptop in the industry.
Microsoft Surface Book i7 is considered to be the biggest rival of new MacBook Pro. In terms of performance, longevity, security and speed, there is no comparison with MBP. Besides, macOS Sierra is way better than Windows 10. Though Windows may be used by more people, macOS is widely believed to be the most advanced OS.
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