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Posted: 4/16/2016 4:20:26 PM EDT
What can you say about the App, Apple Pay? Is it go or no go? Been watching videos on youtube and most are a year or two old.
Link Posted: 4/16/2016 4:30:25 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Apple123:
What can you say about the App, Apple Pay? Is it go or no go? Been watching videos on youtube and most are a year or two old.
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Good to go.
Link Posted: 4/16/2016 5:14:48 PM EDT
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I've used it at Walgreen's, and it's slicker 'n shit.

If you want to add a credit card, add a Bank of America card. They are extremely careful to make sure that you are the actual owner of the card, before they add it.

Other banks are alleged to be sloppier, so anyone with the number of one of your cards could add it to their Apple Pay.

I've had my SE since 31 March.
Link Posted: 4/16/2016 5:20:59 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Him:
I've used it at Walgreen's, and it's slicker 'n shit.

If you want to add a credit card, add a Bank of America card. They are extremely careful to make sure that you are the actual owner of the card, before they add it.

Other banks are alleged to be sloppier, so anyone with the number of one of your cards could add it to their Apple Pay.

I've had my SE since 31 March.
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Do you find it more convenient than swiping a card?  It seems like the same amount of motion, the security features of Apple Pay notwithstanding.
Link Posted: 4/16/2016 5:25:06 PM EDT
Love my SE
Link Posted: 4/16/2016 5:39:59 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By LV1976:


Do you find it more convenient than swiping a card?  It seems like the same amount of motion, the security features of Apple Pay notwithstanding.
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Originally Posted By LV1976:
Originally Posted By Him:
I've used it at Walgreen's, and it's slicker 'n shit.

If you want to add a credit card, add a Bank of America card. They are extremely careful to make sure that you are the actual owner of the card, before they add it.

Other banks are alleged to be sloppier, so anyone with the number of one of your cards could add it to their Apple Pay.

I've had my SE since 31 March.


Do you find it more convenient than swiping a card?  It seems like the same amount of motion, the security features of Apple Pay notwithstanding.


It is far more secure.

You credit card is never exposed, and your credit card number is never used at any time during the transaction.

I'm not going to debate a nebulous concept like "convenient".
Link Posted: 4/16/2016 5:42:02 PM EDT
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It is far more secure.

You credit card is never exposed, and your credit card number is never used at any time during the transaction.

I'm not going to debate a nebulous concept like "convenient".
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Originally Posted By LV1976:
Originally Posted By Him:
I've used it at Walgreen's, and it's slicker 'n shit.

If you want to add a credit card, add a Bank of America card. They are extremely careful to make sure that you are the actual owner of the card, before they add it.

Other banks are alleged to be sloppier, so anyone with the number of one of your cards could add it to their Apple Pay.

I've had my SE since 31 March.


Do you find it more convenient than swiping a card?  It seems like the same amount of motion, the security features of Apple Pay notwithstanding.


It is far more secure.

You credit card is never exposed, and your credit card number is never used at any time during the transaction.

I'm not going to debate a nebulous concept like "convenient".


Yup.   And it is VERY handy with the watch.  
Link Posted: 4/16/2016 5:53:09 PM EDT
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Yup.   And it is VERY handy with the watch.  
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Originally Posted By Him:
Originally Posted By LV1976:
Originally Posted By Him:
I've used it at Walgreen's, and it's slicker 'n shit.

If you want to add a credit card, add a Bank of America card. They are extremely careful to make sure that you are the actual owner of the card, before they add it.

Other banks are alleged to be sloppier, so anyone with the number of one of your cards could add it to their Apple Pay.

I've had my SE since 31 March.


Do you find it more convenient than swiping a card?  It seems like the same amount of motion, the security features of Apple Pay notwithstanding.


It is far more secure.

You credit card is never exposed, and your credit card number is never used at any time during the transaction.

I'm not going to debate a nebulous concept like "convenient".


Yup.   And it is VERY handy with the watch.  


Didn't even think of that.
Link Posted: 4/16/2016 5:55:00 PM EDT
In before the others.
Link Posted: 4/16/2016 5:55:29 PM EDT
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Didn't even think of that.
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Originally Posted By LV1976:
Originally Posted By Him:
I've used it at Walgreen's, and it's slicker 'n shit.

If you want to add a credit card, add a Bank of America card. They are extremely careful to make sure that you are the actual owner of the card, before they add it.

Other banks are alleged to be sloppier, so anyone with the number of one of your cards could add it to their Apple Pay.

I've had my SE since 31 March.


Do you find it more convenient than swiping a card?  It seems like the same amount of motion, the security features of Apple Pay notwithstanding.


It is far more secure.

You credit card is never exposed, and your credit card number is never used at any time during the transaction.

I'm not going to debate a nebulous concept like "convenient".


Yup.   And it is VERY handy with the watch.  


Didn't even think of that.

You just click the power button twice.

Link Posted: 4/16/2016 5:57:01 PM EDT
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Well, With an android Note I can beat the teller in the head and steal the shit.
Link Posted: 4/16/2016 5:57:52 PM EDT
Many reports of bluetooth problems with this phone. I wanted get one for me and one for my pops.  

18 pages of users reporting problems on Mac forums. Now I'm hesitant until Apple figures out what the heck is going on.  

Anybody here have this problem? All SE phones here working good?
Link Posted: 4/16/2016 5:59:40 PM EDT
apple or die baby
Link Posted: 4/16/2016 6:16:24 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By doublecheez:
Many reports of bluetooth problems with this phone. I wanted get one for me and one for my pops.  

18 pages of users reporting problems on Mac forums. Now I'm hesitant until Apple figures out what the heck is going on.  

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Mine works fine, but I don't use Bluetooth for voice.

I'm delighted with mine, and wouldn't go back. (to bigger phones)

Link Posted: 4/16/2016 7:19:48 PM EDT
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Thanks OP - this thread reminded me about the SE, and my wife has been complaining about her phone for a few months now. I went ahead and ordered her one.

Of course, I also ordered a Galaxy S7 Edge and a GearVR for myself...
Link Posted: 4/24/2016 8:22:27 PM EDT
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Mine works fine, but I don't use Bluetooth for voice.

I'm delighted with mine, and wouldn't go back. (to bigger phones)

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Originally Posted By doublecheez:
Many reports of bluetooth problems with this phone. I wanted get one for me and one for my pops.  

18 pages of users reporting problems on Mac forums. Now I'm hesitant until Apple figures out what the heck is going on.  

Anybody here have this problem? All SE phones here working good?


Mine works fine, but I don't use Bluetooth for voice.

I'm delighted with mine, and wouldn't go back. (to bigger phones)



Well, I did it.  Went and bought one to try.  Awesome phone, BUT....

Bluetooth headset and car audio was horrible.  Unusable.  It is fine using the phone or speaker.  

The Apple thread discussing this bug is now over 30 pages long.  Link

Returned mine after two days.  

Very disappointed. Really thought Apple would have their shit together.  I really wanted this phone.  Back to the BlackBerry I suppose.  

If Apple comes with an update to fix this I will pick up another SE.  
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