Apple Pay is a simple and secure way to pay in stores, applications and the internet using your iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad and Mac. At the checkout, you can instantly pay with the devices you use every day. Apple Pay is also a safer and faster payment method on the internet and in applications, which does not require setting up accounts or filling in forms.
You can start using Apple Pay as soon as you add a DiPocket card (plastic or virtual) to the Wallet application. You need to add cards on each device you want to use with Apple Pay.
To use Apple Pay in supported countries or regions, you need:
- A device that meets the requirements (check here if your device is supported https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT208531)
- A supported card from a participating card issuing institution, e.g. a virtual or plastic DiPocket card
- The latest version of iOS, watchOS, iPadOS or macOS
- An Apple device logged into the iCloud service with a valid Apple ID.
In physical stores, you can pay with Apple Pay on your iPhone and Apple Watch. In applications, you can pay with the Apple Pay service on your iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch. On websites in Safari, you can pay with Apple Pay on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. In some countries and regions, you can use Apple Pay on your iPhone and Apple Watch to pay for public transport. Detailed information can be found at https://support.apple.com/pl-pl/HT201469
You can make payments using Apple Pay to purchase goods and services at points of sale equipped with terminals that support contactless payments. You can also pay using the mobile application of the seller or in online stores where sellers provide payments using Apple Pay.
Limits are the same as those applicable to your DiPocket card.
You can add both DiPocket virtual and plastic cards to Apple Pay.
In the Wallet app you can select the card that will be automatically selected for payments in case you enrolled multiple cards. The default card can be easily changed in the Wallet.