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Apple Pay

Offer Apply Pay on your storefront checkout and over the API
Apple Pay is supported as a payment method on the 29 Next Storefront Checkout and over the Admin API. Apple Pay allows customers using iOS, iPad, or Mac devices to securely and conveniently complete payments with a single tap.
Apple Pay is supported on the following gateways:
  • Stripe
  • Stripe Payment Intents
  • Adyen
  • Authorize.Net
  • Braintree
  • Checkout.com
  • WorldPay

Apple Pay Requirements

Apple Pay requires merchants to register with Apple, and create two certificates - Merchant Identity Certificate and Payment Processing Certificate, along with registering merchant domain names.
Before creating an Apple Pay account in 29 Next, merchants must set up an Apple Developer account.​

Create Apple Pay Account

Once you have registered an Apple Developer account, and created a Merchant Identifier, you can create an Apple Pay account in 29 Next. Navigate to Settings > Payments > Apple Pay.
  • Select Create Apple Pay Account
Under Apple Pay Account Details, enter a Display Name for your account to be used for reporting and transaction references, and enter the Merchant Identifier from your Apple Developer
  • Select Create
Next, follow the links to set up and configure your Apple Pay account.

Add Apple Pay Payment Processing Certificate

  • Start by choosing Download Certificate Signing Request
  • Download the resulting file, then go to Apple's Developer Center and select the appropriate Merchant ID.
  • In the Apple Pay Payment Processing Certificate section, click Create Certificate.
  • Upload the Certificate Signing Request file you've just downloaded.
  • Verify the details are correct, and Activate the certificate.
  • Next, download this newly created certificate from Apple and upload it to 29 Next by selecting Upload Certificate.

Add Apple Pay Merchant Identity Certificate

  • Start by choosing Download Certificate Signing Request
  • Download the resulting file, then go to Apple's Developer Center and select the appropriate Merchant ID.
  • In the Apple Pay Merchant Identity Certificate section, click Create Certificate.
  • Upload the Certificate Signing Request file you've just downloaded.
  • Verify the details are correct, and Activate the certificate.
  • Next, download this newly created certificate from Apple and upload it to 29 Next by selecting Upload Certificate.

Add Merchant Domains

  • Start by adding a Merchant Domain in your Apple Developer Center account for your Merchant ID.
  • Download the domain verification file from Apple, and upload it to 29 Next by selecting Add Domain.

Add Apple Pay to a Gateway

Once you've created and configured your Apple Pay account, you can associate it to an existing supported Gateway account.
  • From the Settings > Payments view, choose a gateway ID
  • On the Gateway Detail view, under Apple Pay, associate your Apple Pay profile to the gateway, then Update Gateway.