With Apple Watch launch just round the corner, company’s Eddy Cue has spilled the beans on Apple Pay support for Apple Watch. He explains that the users don’t have to worry about thieves going on a spending spree if they get hold of their smart watch. He explains that the users will have to authenticate the transaction using their fingerprint on the iPhone or by entering password on the watch screen to start spending. This authentication will work as long as the Apple Watch is still on the wrist, though, you can set it to ask for the password every time you make a transaction to feel safer. Long story short, Apple isn’t planning on take any chances as it wants the users to trust their wrist wear in keeping their valuables secure.
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