Before Apple introduced the latest iPhone X handsets, people were wondering how Apple Pay would work without the Touch ID Home key integrated, but it turns out that Apple's mobile payment service is not that much on iPhone X s difference.
To pay with Apple Pay on the iPhone X, you first need to add a credit or debit card available to Apple Pay to your Wallet app. And when you make a payment in a store that accepts Apple Pay payments, the iPhone X Apple Pay payment process is about the same as using Touch ID to determine payment, but some of these gestures are different.
When you're ready to check out, double-click the iPhone X's side button to open the default Apple Pay payment interface and use Face ID for authentication. Then put your iPhone X close to the payment terminal to confirm the payment. If you do not want to use your default card, be sure to switch your iPhone X near the payment terminal.
Double-click Apple Pay enabled settings should be enabled by default, but if not, you can click "Settings" to enable this feature. If you regularly use Apple Pay, you will want to activate this feature as it speeds up the checkout process.
If you do not have Double-click to open Apple Pay, you will need to place iPhone X close to the payment terminal, and then use Face ID to confirm after calling out the Apple Pay interface. This adds another step. And in the model that uses Touch ID to pay, after paying the terminal close, can use fingerprinting to finish paying directly.
Overall, Apple Pay is fast and easy to use on iPhone X. Once you get used to it, it's basically as easy as using Touch ID, but if you get used to the Home key, it may take some time To adapt to the new process.