I'm fortunate to live in London, where I can use Apple Pay on my watch daily for most transactions: transport, lunch, drinks, etc Double click, touch, done. While doing some recent travelling in Canada and the US the experience has been hugely different, and on a three week trip I haven't used it once! The main hurdle is of course how few places seem to have implemented contactless payments.. Vancouver seems to have more chip & pin, and quite a few terminals which LOOK like they support contactless, but the salesperson usually states that it isn't enabled! Even when there is contactless, the sequence is more like: - ask if you can use contactless - get handed machine - confirm English - confirm amount - confirm if you want to add a tip - confirm tip amount - confirm total amount - USE CONTACTLESS No wonder signing is so pupil at! Swipe, sign, done (ok, well, working out the tip bit, but still seems faster than the sequence above) So, has anyone else had experience of using it in different countries, with similar experience?