Apple Pay for Foodservice Establishments
Apple Pay “Your wallet. Without the wallet”: How the new iPhone 6 Makes Your
Apple amazes us once again with Apple Pay. “Gone are the days of searching for your wallet.” The new Apple iPhone 6 includes a new, fast, convenient way to pay. This application is great news for all fast food service establishments such as all fast food restaurants, food markets, coffee shops, and more. Apple Pay changes the way we pay with a breakthrough contactless payment technology technology and unique security features built right in the iPhone 6 device. Look out for the Apple Pay application being used more and more in popular fast foodservice establishments such as: Starbucks, Mcdonalds, Subway, and more. The Apple Pay hopes to provide an easy, fast way to pay for items such as clothes, convenience items, and food. Apple ultimately wants to replace the wallet with Apple pay, which will eliminate the need of you reaching in your wallet searching for your credit cards.
Double-click to pay and go. You can pay with Apple watch as well, just double click the button next to the digital crown and hold the face of your Apple Watch near the contactless reader. A gentle pulse and beep confirm that your payment information was sent.
Benefits In Foodservice
Apple pay is a secure, fast payment made for fast food restaurants. In the modern digital age technology is replacing people; this is a perfect example of that. McDonalds chains are leading the movement with custom burger ordering machines in several location in the United States. This machine in addition to Apple Pay eliminates a person taking your order. Think of a large screen displaying your menu that accepts payment. I don’t think we are ready just yet to fully replace people is the fast food business, although paying certainly just got a lot simpler with Apple Pay.
More Secure Payments
Every time you hand over your credit or debit card to pay, your card number and identity are visible. With Apple Pay, instead of using your actual credit and debit card numbers when you add your card to Passbook, a unique Device Account Number is assigned, encrypted, and securely stored in the Secure Element, a dedicated chip in iPhone. These numbers are never stored on Apple servers. And when you make a purchase, the Device Account Number, along with a transaction-specific dynamic security code, is used to process your payment. So your actual credit or debit card numbers are never shared by Apple with merchants or transmitted with payment.
Article Submission By: Marcel Bluvstein 9/22/2014