In order to make Apple Pay available for your customers, you will need to ensure that your app and your customers have updated to version 9.8.1.
You will also need to update your subscription with Apple and Stripe. This article will take you through the steps you will need to follow;
1. Register for an Apple Merchant ID
A merchant ID identifies you to Apple Pay as being able to accept payments.
To obtain an Apple Merchant ID by registering for a new identifier on the Apple Developer website :
In the Member Centre , select Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles.
Under Identifiers, select Merchant IDs and then click on Continue
3. Click the Add button (+) in the upper-right corner
4. Enter a description and identifier, and click Continue
5. Review the settings, and click Register
6. Click Done
2. Generate Payment Processing Certificate from Apple’s Developer Centre
A Payment Processing certificate that is associated with merchant ID is used to encrypt payment information. Before an app can use Apple Pay, we need to register a merchant ID and create its Payment Processing certificate.
To generate certificate :
- In the Member Centre, select Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles.
- Under Identifiers, select Merchant IDs.
3. Select the merchant ID from the list, and click Edit.
4. In the Payment Processing Certificates section, click Create Certificate.
5. Click Choose File, select CSR file generated from stripe and click Generate.
6..Download the certificate by clicking Download, and click Done.
7. Send the certificate to LOKE Support
3. Enable Apple Pay capability in App ID and associate Merchant ID with it.
Add Apple Pay capability from Apple developer account :
In the Member Centre, select Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles.
Under Identifiers, select your App ID.
Select “Apple Pay Payment Processing” checkbox under capabilities.
Click the Configure button.
5. Select your merchantID from the list which you want to use for that App.
6. Save the changes.