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How to set up Express Transit with Apple Pay for any card with iOS 12.3

[2019-05-15 10:34:41]

Express Transit lets you use Apple Pay without requiring authentication like Touch ID or Face ID. This means you can make instant transactions at transit gates and terminals just by tapping your watch or phone. Until recently, this convenience was limited to special transit cards like Suica in Japan. With iOS 12.3, Apple has now enabled the ability for any credit or debit card to be used with Express Transit. There is a catch though … The post How to set up Express Transit with Apple Pay for any card with iOS 12.3 appeared first on 9to5Mac.

How to set up Express Transit with Apple Pay for any card with iOS 12.3

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