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You can use a simple passcode, or you can set a more complex passcode for even greater security. When you add a credit, debit card, or prepaid card to Apple Pay, the information that you enter on your device by typing or using the i Sight camera is encrypted and sent to Apple servers.If you use the camera to enter the card information, the information is never saved to the device or stored to the photo library.Neither Apple nor your device sends your credit or debit card number.Before they approve the payment, your bank or payment network can verify your payment information by checking the dynamic security code to make sure it’s unique and that it’s tied to your device.So neither Apple nor your device sends your actual credit or debit card numbers to the app.
To send your payment information, you must authenticate using Touch ID or your passcode.
Apple doesn’t store or have access to the credit, debit, or prepaid card numbers you added to Apple Pay.
Apple Pay only stores a portion of your actual card numbers and a portion of your Device Account Numbers, along with a card description, to help you manage your cards.
No payment information is sent without your authentication.
On Apple Watch, you must double-click the side button when the device is unlocked to activate your default card for payment.
You won't be asked for a payment method again until you make a purchase.