Posted September 09, 2018 07:10:15I am using Apple Pay to make payments with my car, which I’ve never used before, but it does work pretty well for that purpose.
I’ve done a lot of car-related purchases with my phone and had great experiences with the service.
I have an older Toyota Prius, which was in very good condition, and had plenty of mileage to spare.
It was in a pretty good shape when I bought it, and it was just fine for my purposes.
That’s when the problems started.
The problem was that Apple Pay didn’t actually support the device that I was using.
Apple Pay had no way to communicate with it.
When I plugged the device in, it worked fine, but the charging cable had broken.
I’d bought an adapter to plug in the cable, and this broke when I tried to use it.
I was left with the frustration of having to try to plug the device into a charger that didn’t work.
I tried several times to plug it in, but was unable to get the charging connector to fit into the slot that the cable used.
The cable wouldn’t come out of the device, and I was left wondering how it could possibly be plugged into a USB port.
I didn’t want to buy another car that didn of course work with Apple Pay, so I called the Apple Support Department to get my money back.
They sent me a replacement, and sent me the $15.99 for the adapter that I’d needed to plug my car in to work.
Apple says it is working on a fix for this problem, and hopefully they will address this soon.
When I tried a few times to use the adapter, I couldn’t get it to work, either.
After calling Apple support, they confirmed that it is possible to plug a new iPhone into the device.
But, they would not allow me to use that phone.
This was frustrating, but I had to take the money back and not pay.
I thought, “Why should I bother paying when I know I can get it fixed?”
I contacted Apple support again and got an email that my adapter was being replaced, and that they were fixing this issue.
It took a few days for Apple to address this issue, but they finally sent me an email this morning confirming that the adapter will work with the new iPhone, as well as the newer model of the phone.
I am excited to see if this can be fixed for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, but for now, the old adapter is not working.
I am still hopeful that Apple will work to fix this issue soon.