I had add the stripe in my shop, it works fine. I want add apple pay to my shop also. I visited document in the stripe website. it's said I must upload a verification file to the server of my domain, I cunfused it. what should I do, thank you
Aria here, I'm on the Social Care team at Shopify.
In most cases, you'll find out Apple Pay is already set up. To check, go to Settings > Payment Providers in your admin. Click Edit next to Stripe. You should then see information that looks like this:
If you can see the tick in the box next to the Apple Pay logo, you will know it is activated.
Keep in mind, Apple Pay will only show up on Safari and Apple devices. If your customer is using an Android device or Chrome (for example), they won't see the option to pay that way. You can find more information in this guide.
Please let me know if you are still having problems and I will reach out to you by email.
Social Care Guru
Hello @Aria I have the same problem with apple pay and stripe, I have already apple pay option tick but when I try to complete a payment using apple pay i got the error message like: payment with apple pay not completed, the website is not able to complete the transaction, try again
Can you help me to solve this?
I already contact the support. I tried today and seems apple pay now is finally working but really don't know hwat was the problem.
Thanks, I am having the same issue.
But Stripe requires an additional step to verify the domain. How do we upload the verification file so that it sits to an URL like this one: https://example.com/.well-known/apple-developer-merchantid-domain-association
This is from Stripe settings:
Hey @Aria ,
Thanks, I did that. But the URL is in the https://cdn.shopify.com/ ... format and Stripe.com requires
Did you try the Shopify provided URL to see if it works? The URL is automatically generated. What is it about the example URL you feel you need?
If you're still having difficulty, it's best to reach out to Stripe to find out how you can meet their requirements.
There is no way i can predetermine or set the URL of the uploaded file on Shopify. And Stripe requires I use that predetermined URL.
As I did not connect my domain yet with my Shopify shop, I uploaded the file on my domain now but once I connect it to Shopify that URL will stop working as all the traffic to my domain will be redirected to Shopify.
I have addressed this issue both with Shopify an Strip support and there is no solution yet.
It's mind boggling that 3 HUGE companies: Shopify, Stripe and Apple have not found a way to operate together in this task.
There are many Shopify merchants who have already been successfully using Apple Pay with Stripe so it can be done for sure. With Shopify Payments, it's as simple as ticking a box in the payment gateway, no URL required. I was under the impression Stripe worked like this too:
You can find the rest of the instructions in this guide. Where are you seeing the information that you need a URL to set it up?
Certainly, if Stripe is insisting on this, they will need to provide you with the complete instructions to obtain the URL. Many of their clients have Shopify stores so they should be aware of where you need to go to get this.
had same issue - Apple Pay not live on Stripe side although enabled on Shopify side.
Contacted Stripe support and they solved the problem in 15 mins.
Same problem here. I have contacted stripe and they could not help. This set up is insane. How come Stripe / Shopify / Apple Pay are not working together on this? Is it because Shopify don't want you to use stripe anymore??
@liudoox What did stripe do for you there? Stripe support seemed hopeless for me!
OK. So, after checking myself while both Stripe and Shopify support seemed to have no clue.
Simply activate Apple Pay on the Shopify side is enough. There nothing to do on the Stripe side. Apple Pay works (I made a payment like that on my own website) even though it seems it is not live on Stripe side.
How come no one from Shopify answers these questions or informs sellers how to do this..
It's such a simple request yet no one at shopify tells you how to do this...
Hi, i have same problem
There is note from stripe when i try to activate it "You do not have the correct file hosted at https://Store/.well-known/apple-developer-merchantid-domain-association To verify with Apple that you control your domain, you must host this file: (file) "
Here is full instruction from stripe:
Same issue here. Apple Pay doesn’t work as it comes with error message and in Stripe setting I have tu upload some file into my domain which is not possilbe with Shopify.
4 years 3 months later we still have no clue how to import that stripe file so stripe ca nverify the site. This is crazy that shopify hires customer support that camp on their position and don't actually know how to set it up because they don't even have a store themselves. Shopify should hire customer support that have been through the struggle of the problem. Customer support don't understand us, crazy.
I am having the same issue. I have no idea where to put the file. This is just so stressful, I don’t get why they have a check button for Apple Pay but it doesn’t function…smh and its like everyone at stripe and Shopify are clueless when it comes to helping its store owners fix the issue. Hmmm Strange 😞
I don not have a solution yet and Shopify has been terrible and providing support for this. After many support tickets and chats I was able to determine that selling Apple considered my store as selling pseudo-pharmaceutical products which is against TOS so therefore, Apple Pay won't work. I am in the process of contacting Apple for support to see what steps I can take next. The Shopify admin has no useful system prompts of logging that provided any of this information so it was very frustrating and like pulling teeth with Shopify support. I will provide an update if I get one.
The following steps should fix the issue:
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