Apple Pay is a way for iPhone and iWatch users to make credit card payments using only their mobile device. Although it’s incredibly simple to use, some small businesses are worried about whether accepting these digital payments will add to their data security burdens. However, once you understand how it works, you’ll see just how easy it is to manage.
Mobile payment systems have been making great strides in recent years, and are quickly becoming the norm for consumers looking to quickly settle bills for small amounts. While Google Wallet and Apple Pay may be leading the movement to disrupt the payments industry and make the most of NFC technologies, Samsung’s own mobile payment solution is also beginning to make inroads. The latest news that Samsung Pay has added support for eight more credit and debit card issuers will take progress up a notch.