Is there a way to remove accelerated checkouts from product page for ApplePay, GooglePay and ShopPay while leaving PayPal for eligible clients; and at the same time, to leave ApplePay, GooglePay and ShopPay on the checkout?
The underlying idea is that some clients might see in the product page two options "Add to cart" and "ApplePay" for example. However a client using an iPhone might not be using ApplePay and thinks that he/she can checkout only with ApplePay, hence would leave my website.
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I'm Miles from the Social Care team at Shopify. Thanks for reaching out around the accelerated checkouts. You've raised a couple of interesting points around Apple Pay and the other options, so I wanted to guide you through your best options and how they all work.
Firstly, Apple Pay will only display on devices that support it. These devices are:
One important thing to note with Apple Pay is that even if a customer has the correct device, Apple Pay will only show if it's set up on that device. As an example, let's say I have an iPhone 11 but do not have Apple Pay enabled. If I was to visit your site, I would not see the Apple Pay option. Most customers will understand that you'll offer multiple payment options, as generally, this will be displayed at the bottom of your website.
If you do decide to remove the accelerated checkouts from the product pages, it will remove all of the options (Google Pay, Apple Pay, Shop Pay and PayPal Express). They will still be available in the cart though. To remove them from your product pages, follow these steps:
To learn more about how to add and remove dynamic checkout buttons, I recommend viewing this guide.
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Thanks for your help.
I read as well on one of the Shopify's websites/guides that the ApplePay is supposed to appear only if a customer has enabled it.
However, I tried with a friend's iPad which has enabled ApplePay neither on his iPad nor on his other Apple products and guess what... ApplePay appeared anyway, hence my issue/question here.
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That is certainly concerning to hear, as for an Apple device to show Apple Pay, it needs to be registered. This sounds like a problem on Apple's end, so I would encourage your friend to reach out to Apple directly to find out how Apple Pay can display on a website when you're not registered.
In regards to removing the option on the product pages, be sure to follow the instructions I added in my first reply. If you're still stuck, please let me know what's not working and add any screenshots that may be helpful.