By now, most of you have heard the news that Apple has removed the ability to pay using your smartphone.
The news has sparked a lot of debate about whether this was the right decision, whether it was a mistake or not.
We decided to find out how much it really means for you.
In the case of the iPhone 5, the change is quite simple.
Apple has moved away from the old-school payment system by default, with a new system called Apple Pay that lets you make purchases in-store or online.
Apple Pay is a new service, so you can sign up for it and pay in the future.
But there’s one thing you’ll want to keep in mind: If you use the iPhone to make a purchase, it will not accept payments from Apple Pay, because Apple does not allow payment from Apple devices.
This means that you need to buy something that doesn’t require the iPhone in order to use Apple Pay.
This means you need a wallet.
You can buy an Apple Watch or a wallet that’s compatible with your iPhone.
Apple has not made a statement about the iPhone’s new payments system yet, but we’ll keep you posted.
In the meantime, here’s what you need in order for your iPhone to accept payments:Your iPhone must be rooted, so that you can install the latest iOS version.
There is a small iOS update that you should have downloaded if you haven’t already.
It will help you connect your iPhone and Apple Pay and will bring a few new features to the app.
You will also need to be able to open the Settings app and set up a password, or sign into your Apple ID and password to create a new Apple Pay account.
Your iPhone will no longer display any information about your transaction, such as a confirmation email or an app that asks you for your PIN or passcode.
Apple says that your iPhone will still accept payments for a few months, but it is not clear how long it will take.
We will update this article if we hear more.
Apple also released a new app to help you manage your Apple Pay card.
There is a section for Apple Pay Cards, but that’s about it.
Apple hasn’t said much about the new payments service.
We’ll keep your questions answered in the comments section below.
If you’ve used your iPhone in the past, we hope this helps.