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How to add or disable Touch ID fingerprints, Apple Pay cards & view transaction history on MacBook Pro
The new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar is the first of Apple's Macs to include a Touch ID sensor built-in for Apple Pay, unlocking the Mac with your fingerprint, and authentication purposes in third-party apps. Other Macs can use Apple Pay, but they need to use a nearby iPhone or Apple Watch to authenticate and complete the purchase. Here's how it works:The new MacBook Pro prompts users to setup a fingerprint during setup, but that will only let you setup one finger. Once you've completed the setup process, you can then add additional fingerprints (up to 3) from within System Preferences.And like Touch ID, the new MacBook Pro also allows you to easily setup your Apple Pay details during the setup process, prompting you to scan their credit card or to enter security codes if a card is already detected on file. This is what it looks like:
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