By Steve MascaroAppleInsiderThe price of a new iPhone isn’t all that important, unless you’re one of those Apple employees who have taken to the App Store to purchase an iPhone, a free software update, or a car loan.
AppleInsiders’ Steve Miscaro has been one of these iPhone users, and he has been using a free, iPhone-based software update to help him pay for his mortgage, rent, and car loan payments.
In his latest update, Mascaros latest iPhone app, Apple Pay, he’s offered users a way to pay their bills with the iPhone app.
The app lets users create and pay bills on their phone using their iPhone number.
When a job paid for by Apple pays for the iPhone and the app lets them pay with the phone, the customer gets to keep the payment and Apple Pay account number, and the bill payment can continue.
Apple Pay lets users pay for purchases with a credit card or debit card.
Apple Pay can only be used at retail stores, so you can’t use it to pay for online purchases.
As Mascars software update notes, Apple Watch users will also be able to pay by Apple Pay.
Apple Pay’s price is just $5.99 for users with a $35,000 mortgage, $25k salary, and $50k credit card balance, with an annual fee of $5 for new users.
The full iOS 11.4.2 update includes several new features for users who already use Apple Pay:Payments made with Apple Pay will automatically be billed as normal.
If a user makes a transaction with a different credit card, they will receive a message and a confirmation email.
If the payment is later reversed or reversed again, the payment will be billed again.
Payments will be processed automatically and the next time a transaction is made, Apple will notify the user of the payment.
The $5 fee is waived for Apple Pay for the first 12 months after purchase, then $5 will apply each time a payment is made after the first six months.
The app will also notify users of payments that are made using the phone’s location.
Apple Watch users can also use Apple’s Face ID feature to unlock their iPhone, and Apple Watch will also display a confirmation message on the lock screen that the user has enabled Face ID.