Apple is altering the way consumers pay in the App Store. Users will no longer be allowed to use their credit or debit cards for purchases or subscriptions on the App Store due to forthcoming Reserve Bank of India rules.
The corporation will not keep a record of consumers’ credit card information. As a result, consumers will be able to make payments solely through UPI-based services such as Google Pay or PayTm. Apple is now urging consumers to utilise UPI payments and net banking by June 1.
To make payments beginning June 1, you must add your UPI or net banking account and delete the card details. This is how you can execute it:
—On your iPhone or iPad, go to the Settings menu.
— Tap the Apple ID icon at the top of the screen.
— Choose Payment and Shipping and input your Apple ID credentials when prompted by Apple.
— Click Add Payment Method to add a new payment method.
— Apple will take you through the process of adding your UPI or RuPay data; simply follow the steps and fill in the blanks.
— You may also delete an existing payment method by selecting Edit. You may link your Apple ID to numerous payment methods.
You may also pay by adding money to your Apple ID. Here’s how you can finance your Apple ID.
– On your iPhone, iPad, or Mac, navigate to the Apple App Store. – In the top-right corner of the screen, tap your photo. – Select “Add money to account.” You may choose an amount to deposit into your account here. Tap on the on-screen prompts to confirm your payment information, and you’re done.