What is Apple Pay?

My son just turned 18 years old and researching on the UOB Direct Visa Debit Card for the savings account I wish to open for him I came across mention of the Apply pay. What is the plus with Apply pay?

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    Apple Pay is the new simple and secure way to pay using a UOB debit or credit cards. It is simple for use in making contactless payments in shops with your iPhone and Apple Watch. With Apple Pay, you can earn the same rewards as when you use your physical UOB credit cards and it requires no minimum income. Interestingly, when you use Apple Pay, your card number is never shared with any merchant or saved on your device.

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