The mobile payments platform, Apple’s new beta-test program for Apple Pay, is about to get its first beta test.
On Wednesday, Apple will reveal the beta program for the app, called iOS10.1 Beta.
The beta will begin with the Apple Pay beta and be available through April 11.
Users will be able to get into the beta by logging in with their Apple ID, as well as the Apple Developer account.
For the most part, it will be a trial.
There will be several tiers of beta testing.
Here are the key points for Apple’s beta program:iOS 10.1 beta will launch in early April.
It will support a wide variety of payment methods, including credit and debit cards.
Apple Pay is a mobile payment platform that’s available on iPhones and iPads.
iOS 10 beta will be available in both the US and Canada, and Apple Pay in more countries in the coming weeks.
Apple will also allow third-party payment providers to provide beta versions of the app.
If you’re a paying Apple Pay customer and would like to get a beta test, you can log into Apple’s developer account.
Apple will then invite you to take part in the beta testing program.
Beta testers will be given access to the app for a period of six months, during which time they will receive updates on the app and get to see new features.
Apple is working to make Apple Pay a major part of its iOS ecosystem.
In March, Apple announced a deal with Square to allow developers to offer Apple Pay payments through Square Pay, a new service that Square hopes will increase its reach and expand Apple Pay’s acceptance in more locations.
Square announced it would launch Apple Pay this fall.
What Apple Pay does with the beta: The first step for the beta is to install and set up Apple Pay.
Then, it’s a matter of making a few simple payments and checking out.
After checking out, you’ll be able tap the Apple icon on your iPhone or iPad to start using Apple Pay on your Apple device.
Apple also plans to allow third parties to provide users with beta versions, but those beta versions will be limited to Apple Pay only.
That means the beta version of Apple Pay will only work with certain payment methods that you’re already using, and those methods will have to be approved by Apple.
Apple will release more beta versions in the future.
I hope you’ve enjoyed the beta, but be sure to keep your eyes peeled for Apple to roll out a beta version soon.
You can find Apple’s iOS 10 beta program here.
AppleInsider reached out to Apple for comment.