Check Which of Your Apple Devices Are Set Up to Use ApplePay, and Remove Credit Cards Remotely

If you’ve set up ApplePay on any compatible devices, you may want to check them at some point. You may also want to turn off ApplePay on your devices, if they get lost or stolen.

To do this, go to and click Settings. On the Settings page, the My Devices section shows all the devices that you’ve signed into iCloud with.

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Each device displays an ApplePay icon if you’ve set that device up for ApplePay.

If you want to turn off ApplePay on a device, click it, and then click Remove just below ApplePay.

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Even though ApplePay is quite secure, if one of your devices is lost or stolen, it’s a good idea to remove your credit card(s) from the device.

Apple Provides Details about ApplePay in the UK

ApplepayApple has published a technical document outlining information for UK merchants wishing to use ApplePay. This document explains how ApplePay works, which banks have already signed on to use the service, and what merchants need to know about payment terminals and other information.

ApplePay is due to launch in the UK in July. Since many merchants already have contactless payment terminals, they will be able to use ApplePay without any changes.