It was September last year when Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) announced its dream project Apple Watch. It’s been like another six months and here is Apple all set to launch it. Eddy Cue, who happens to handle the post of Head at Apple Watch and iTunes, with a lot of intricacies shared the details about how Apple Pay is going to function on smartwatches.
People across the globe have set their eyes on the launch of this amazing gadget; the enterprise is more than excited to place the gadget in public domain. Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) Pay is one amazing service that allows the iPhone users to buy stuffs, with just one touch. On phones like iPhone 5, 5s, 5C and 6 there are touch panel that scans the user’s finger that works as password, while the Apple Watch is known to have no independent touch panel.
Apple Watch makes use of touch panel on your iPhone for granting the permission for purchase. Apple Watch comes with an NFC—near field communication—it is known to store all the payment credentials and works in co-ordination, with the touch panel of your iPhone.
Out there in the world are people, with iPhones and all of them are worried about ‘how they are going to make payments through their Apple Watch, given their iPhone has no touchpad.’ iPhone owners can make use of a pass code and enter it into their phones while wearing their watches, said the head of Apple.
Apple Watch has its levels of security, and it will stop working the moment the owner removes it from his wrist and handles it to someone else. This level of security ensures that nobody else other than the owner can make payments using Apple Pay. Good thing about the integration of Apple Watch and Apple Pay is that one can pay without bringing the phone out of the pocket.
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