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OpenBank comes to Apple Pay
OpenBank comes to Apple Pay

More and more banks are joining Apple's mobile payment system, now the turn is for OpenBank is coming to Apple Pay. This is Santander's online banking entity that is now compatible with payments from iPhone SE and iPhone 6 onwards as well as Apple Watch.

The user will only need to authorize their payment with Touch ID or now with iPhone X and Face ID on websites and applications that admit the instruments of this bank as a method of payment. A biometric signal will suffice and you will not need to provide bank details.

Apple Pay continues to grow

This payment method is very secure, as well as the well-known Samsung Pay, because it prevents the user from having to hand over their cards or bank details and this greatly reduces any possibility of a phishing attack or money theft.

Until now Apple Pay is compatible with La Caixa and ImaginBank bank cards, as well as Ticket Restaurants, and works from iPhone 6 and later, iPad Pro, iPad 5th generation, iPad Air 2, and iPad mini 3 devices.

Also, users have the ability to use Apple Pay from the browser on any Mac computer released after 2012 and have the version of the operating system macOS Sierra. Users will be able to use the function to confirm payment through the Touch ID of their mobile or from their Apple Watch.

Finally, now that OpenBank comes to Apple Pay users can rest assured that their card details are not recorded or on your mobile, or on Apple servers, while each transaction is authorized with a dynamic one-time security code.

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