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Gone are the days of searching for your wallet. The wasted moments finding the right card. The swiping and waiting. Now payments happen with a single touch. Apple Pay will change how you pay with breakthrough contactless payment technology and unique security features built right into the devices you have with you every day. So you can use your iPhone 6 or Apple Watch to pay in an easy, secure, and private way.


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2. Your wallet. Without the wallet. Gone are the days of searching foryour wallet. The wasted momentsfinding the right card. The swipingand waiting. Now payments happenwith a single touch. Apple Pay will change how you paywith breakthrough contactlesspayment technology and uniquesecurity features built right into thedevices you have with you every day.So you can use your iPhone 6 orApple Watch to pay in an easy,secure, and private 3. An Easier Way to PayiPhone One touch to pay with Touch ID. Nowpaying in stores happens in one naturalmotion theres no need to open anapp or even wake your display thanks tothe innovative Near FieldCommunication antenna in iPhone 6. To pay, just hold your iPhone near thecontactless reader with your finger onTouch ID. You dont even have to look atthe screen to know your paymentinformation was successfully sent. Asubtle vibration and beep lets you 4. Pay with Apple WatchDouble-click to pay and go. You can pay with AppleWatch just double-clickthe button next to theDigital Crown and hold theface of your Apple Watchnear the contactlessreader. A gentle pulse and beepconfirm that your paymentinformation was 5. In AppsConvenient checkout. On iPhone, you canalso use Apple Pay topay with a singletouch in apps.Checking out is aseasy as selecting"Apple Pay" andplacing your finger onTouch 6. Setup is simple. Passbook already stores your boardingpasses, tickets, coupons, and more. Now itcan store your credit and debit cards, too. To get started, you can add the credit ordebit card from your iTunes account toPassbook by simply entering the cardsecurity code. To add a new card on iPhone, use youriSight camera to instantly capture yourcard information. Or simply type it inmanually. The first card you add automaticallybecomes your default payment card, butyou can go to Passbook any time to paywith a different card or select a newdefault in Settings. 7. More secure payments. Every time you hand over your credit or debit card to pay, your cardnumber and identity are visible. With Apple Pay, instead of using your actual credit and debit cardnumbers when you add your card, a unique Device AccountNumber is assigned, encrypted and securely stored in the SecureElement, a dedicated chip in iPhone and Apple Watch. These numbers are never stored on Apple servers. And when youmake a purchase, the Device Account Number alongside atransaction-specific dynamic security code is used to process yourpayment. So your actual credit or debit card numbers are never shared byApple with merchants or transmitted with 8. Protect your accounts.Even if you lose your device.If your iPhone is ever lost or stolen, you can useFind My iPhone to quickly put your device inLost Mode so nothing is accessible, or you canwipe your iPhone clean 9. Keep your purchases private.Apple doesnt save your transactioninformation.With Apple Pay, your payments are private.Apple doesnt store the details of yourtransactions so they cant be tied back to you.Your most recent purchases are kept inPassbook for your convenience, but thats as faras it goes.Keep your cards in your wallet.Since you don't have to show your credit ordebit card, you never reveal your name, cardnumber or security code to the cashier whenyou pay in store. This additional layer of privacyhelps ensure that your information stays whereit belongs. With 10. Apple Pay is compatible with these devices.www.letsnurture.comiPhone 6iPhone 6 PlusApple WatchPaired withiPhone 5,iPhone 5c,iPhone 5s,In-store purchasesonly. 11. Thank You,Follow us on Twitter@letsnurtureor write to

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