On this page, you can find additional configuration for adding Apple Pay to your Drop-in integration.
Before you begin
This page assumes you have already:
Set up Apple Pay
Enable Apple Pay with your own Apple Pay certificate.
You don't need to send additional fields for Apple Pay. See the /payments endpoint API reference for the optional fields you can send.
If you run into an error, refer to Handle Apple Pay errors.
When you create configuration object for
AdyenCheckout, you must add additional properties for Apple Pay.
||Your Apple Pay merchant identifier.|
||Your merchant name. This is used to generate
You can optionally include the following properties when you configure
||Set to true to let the shopper add cards to their Apple Pay wallet if there are none.
By default this is set to false, and Apple Pay isn't shown as an available payment method if there are no cards in their Apple Pay wallet.
Create a way, like a button, for
AdyenCheckout to call the start function.
To make recurring Apple Pay payments, you first need to create a shopper token and then make subsequent recurring transactions with the token. You also must include
recurringPaymentRequest when configuring Apple Pay.
Test and go live
Use Apple's test card numbers to test your integration.
For a full list of test cards and instructions how to add these to your test device, see Sandbox testing on Apple's Developer website.
Check the status of an Apple Pay test payment in your Customer Area > Transactions > Payments.
To process live Apple Pay payments, your API credential needs to have the API Clientside Encryption Payments role. You can check this in your live Customer Area or ask your Admin user to verify.
Make sure you follow Apple's guidelines on:
Enable Apple Pay on your Apple Pay Developer account for your live merchant identifier.
Set up your server for secure communication with Apple Pay.