I'm Iyaz Akhtar.
And today, you'll find out how to get started with Apple Pay.
If you don't know, Apple Pay is Apple's digital wallet solution.
You can store your credit card information in a variety of Apple devices.
And use them to buy things in brick and mortar stores.
And in iOS apps.
The system works differently depending on your device.
Apple has this handy chart that shows you how exactly Apple Pay will work with your particular device.
We'll show you how to get started using an iPhone 6. First up you'll need to update to iOS 8.1.
For safety backup your phone to iCloud 4 using iTunes.
Then, head to settings, click general, then click through to software update to the download and install.
After your iPhone restarts, head to Passbook.
You'll see a new option to add credit and debit cards.
You can link Passbook to the same credit card you have on file at iTunes, or you can add a new card.
Adding a credit card is as easy as typing in the card number or having the camera register your card.
You'll have to input the expiration date and security code manually though.
After that, there's a tiny wait for card verification.
Once those seconds pass, you'll be able to buy stuff using Apple Pay.
If you store multiple cards, you can change your default by going into settings.
Passbook and Apple Pay have pictured a false card.
That should do it.
Now youve got your cards in your phone.
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