Starting today, any Stripe user can begin accepting Apple Pay in their iOS apps. Apple Pay lets your customers frictionlessly pay with one touch using a stored credit card. We think Apple Pay will make starting a mobile business easier than ever, reports the Stripe.
Apple Pay doesn’t replace In-App Purchases. You should use Apple Pay when charging for physical goods (such as groceries, clothing, and appliances) or for services (such as club memberships, hotel reservations, and tickets for events). You should continue to use In-App Purchases to charge for virtual goods such as premium content in your app.
When your customer is ready to pay, they’ll authorize a payment using Touch ID. Then, Stripe generates a card token, which you can use to create charges as you normally would through the Stripe API.