Stripe users can accept Apple Pay in iOS applications in iOS 8 and above, and on the web in Safari starting with iOS 10 or macOS Sierra. There are no additional fees to process Apple Pay payments, and the pricing is the same as other card transactions.
Apple Pay is compatible with most Stripe products and features (e.g., subscriptions), allowing you to use it in place of a traditional payment form whenever possible. Use it to accept payments for physical or digital goods, donations, subscriptions, and more (note that Apple Pay cannot be used instead of in-app purchases.
Apple Pay is available to cardholders at participating banks in supported countries. Refer to Apple’s participating banks documentation to learn which banks and countries are supported.
Accept Apple Pay in your iOS app
Stripe’s iOS SDK makes it easy to accept both Apple Pay and regular credit card payments through a single, unified integration. To learn more, check out the following documentation:
Accept Apple Pay on the Web
Use of Apple Pay on the Web is subject to the Apple Pay on the Web terms of service.
Apple Pay tokens can be used to create one-off payments or subscriptions. For repeat purchases that are not related to a subscription, we recommend you create single-use tokens. Your customer must authenticate with the Apple Pay payment sheet each time—attempting to reuse payment information for a non-subscription payment can result in it being declined.
Testing Apple Pay
Stripe test card information cannot be saved to Wallet in iOS. Instead, Stripe recognizes when you are using your test API keys and returns a successful test card token for you to use. This allows you to make test payments using a live card without it being charged.
Congrats! You're now ready to implement Apple Pay. You may want to learn more about integrating Stripe into your iOS app, setting up Apple Pay, or accepting Apple Pay on your website: