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Apple Pay on your iPhone

Apple Pay

A new way to pay with your Royal Bank of Scotland debit or credit card

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What is Apple Pay?

Apple Pay

Apple Pay is the new, easy and secure way to pay using an eligible Royal Bank of Scotland debit, Visa or Mastercard credit cards and an Apple device.
 

  • Make contactless payments in shops
  • Pay with a single touch within apps
  • Use Apple Pay to make online purchases

There is no set limit for how much can be spent using Apple Pay, however retailers may apply contactless limits. Some retailers however may accept Apple Pay transactions for larger amounts.

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Can I use Apple Pay?

What do I need?

To use Apple Pay in stores, within apps and on the web using Safari you will need either;

 

  • iPhone 7, 7Plus,  6/6S, 6/6S Plus or iPhone SE
  • iPadPro, iPadAir 2, iPad mini 4 or iPad mini 3

To use Apple Pay in stores and within apps paired with iPhone 5 or later you will need;

 

  • Apple Watch Series2, Apple Watch Series 1 or Apple Watch (1st generation)

You can also use Apple Pay on the web when using Safari on;

 

  • Any Macbook Pro with Touch ID, or a 2012 or later Mac model with an Apple Pay-enabled iPhone or Apple Watch. 

Apple Pay is available for all personal customers with eligible Royal Bank of Scotland debit, Visa credit and Mastercard credit cards. Business debit cards and credit cards are not currently supported.

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How to set up Apple Pay

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Setting up Apple Pay

You can start using Apple Pay as soon as you have added your first credit card or debit card to Wallet on your iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch. Can't see Apple pay in Wallet?

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How to use Apple Pay

Paying is easy and secure

You can use Apple Pay to pay in shops that accept contactless payments or within apps when you see the Buy with Apple Pay or Apple Pay button.

There is no set limit for how much can be spent using Apple Pay, however retailers may apply contactless limits. Some retailers however may accept Apple Pay transactions for larger amounts.

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How to use Apple Pay
Apple Pay is secure

Pay securely with Apple Pay

Apple Pay is a secure way to pay, you authorise each purchase with Touch ID or your passcode.

 

Your card number and identity aren’t shared with the retailer, and your actual card numbers aren’t stored on your device or on Apple servers.

 

How secure is Apple Pay

We'll help you to protect yourself

We take security very seriously and, provided you take the same level of protection as you would for your debit and credit cards, we'll offer you the same protection against fraud when you use Apple Pay.

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What if your device is lost or stolen?

If your device is lost or stolen, you can go to iCloud.com/find or call our dedicated centre to suspend or permanently remove the ability to pay from that device with Apple Pay.

 

No further transactions can take place using Apple Pay, but you will still be able to use your cards as usual in shops, online and at cash machines.

 

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