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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by nouveau-apple, Oct 13, 2014.
Will the update enable 5s users to capture their cards?
I would assume so, but probably not until the Apple Watch is released (as that's what older iPhones need to actually utilize this feature).
Going off nothing but speculation here though!
Potentially. The 5s does not have NFC so it could not make payments in stores, however, it does have Touch ID and could make payments within apps.
Does the 5s have nfc?
It might allow it for online transactions
No it does not.
Nope. The 6 & 6 Plus are the only phones that have it. Apple Watch will also include NFC and Apple Pay functionality, and they have said that you need to have a 4S or newer to use the watch. So the 4S, 5 and 5S can all theoretically use Apple Pay as long as they also have an Apple Watch.
Can't you already do this with Safari & Autofill?
If you get the Watch, you'll be able to use Pay with iPhone 5 or newer for in-store purchases.
I shouldn't have typed "websites." There will be a specific button for it built in to apps updated to support Apple Pay. Websites will continue using the same function as they do now.
But that autofills your actual card number. ApplePay will send the tokenized numbers so will be more secure.
Yes only on the 6 series because of NFC exclusive
Gotcha, I should have assumed that.
Only for iphone 6 and 6 Plus.
Sounds complicated. I assume you can since on the 5s the Passbook app is updated with a credit card icon.
I guess we'll find out in the coming days.
Slight correction, 4s is not supported. You need a 5 or newer to work with Apple Watch.
You have to have the watch to use it? That's weird. That's expensive. So what do you do, do have to have the watch on and that's it? It will pick up the signal?
I'd be very surprised if the 5S allowed you to enroll cards in Passbook, since it has no Secure Element (which is where the 6 stores the card token and the key for generating one-time codes).
no sorry apple pay will NOT work with the 5s or anything except the 6 and 6+.
Actually it has a secure enclave to store the fingerprint data.
Secure Enclave != Secure Element
Who cares about the fingerprint.
It doesn't have the nfc tech needed for apple pay.
It's hardware missing from previous devices in order to communicate with the payment device.
If it had a secure element, you could use it for Apple Pay online purchases. But it doesn't.
That's what I figured too
Are you sure? I could have sworn that the terms were used synonymously by Apple.