- Pay in seconds with a single touch
- Use Apple Pay on your iPhone (some restrictions may apply)
- Use Apple Watch (paired with iPhone 5 or later)
- Store all of your cards in one place
- Easily find the right card
- Keep your identity, Card Number, PIN, and purchases private
- Protect your account instantly if you phone is lost or stolen
If your D.L. Evans Bank Visa® Credit Card or D.L. Evans Bank Visa® Debit Card is already connected to your iTunes® account, just open your Wallet App and enter the security code located on the back of your card.
To add a new card, simply press the “+” above the photo of your existing card and enter its information.
For more information on Apple Pay, visit www.apple.com/apple-pay or visit one of our locations.
Your card information is not stored on your mobile device or on Apple’s server, only in the App on your phone. As your card number and security code are not used in any financial transaction, the information is not available for hackers to access.
Apple Pay uses a 16-digit token in place of your debit or credit card number, that is specific to your device, along with a dynamic security code unique to each transaction. Instead of using a PIN or signature to authorize the transaction, Apple Pay uses Touch ID (your fingerprint on the iPhone 6 or later home button) or your Passcode. If your card is ever lost or stolen, your Touch ID can be reassigned to a new card.
If your mobile device is ever lost or stolen, you can use the "Find My iPhone" feature to quickly set your device in "Lost Mode," disabling purchasing ability as well as the ability to get into the phone without a PIN entry. You can also wipe all information from your iPhone.
How to Pay
Double tap the home key of your iPhone 6 or later, if it’s locked, and select which card you’d like to use.
Hold your phone up to the reader and place your finger on the Home button to activate the Touch ID. You also have the option to enter your Passcode and sign a receipt.
Keep your phone by the reader until it vibrates and beeps, indicating your payment was accepted.
To learn more about Apple Pay, visit www.apple.com/apple-pay.