U.S. Apple Pay versus swiping a card at checkout as of June 2017

This statistic presents how consumers in the United States rate their preference in using Apple Pay versus swiping their card during checkout of a purchase. According to the June 2017 findings, 67.8 percent of consumers had stated that when it came to the ease of use for Apple Pay, it ranked about the same as swiping a card at checkout.

How would you rate Apple Pay versus swiping a card at checkout?

Much betterAbout the sameMuch worse
Ease of use28.6%67.8%3.5%
Speed at checkout32%63.9%4.1%
Security29.5%67%3.5%
Convenience35.5%60.8%3.7%
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Sources

Release date

October 2017

Region

United States

Survey time period

June 2017

Special properties

people with an iPhone that shopped at a store that accepts Apple Pay

Supplementary notes

Assuming availability on any device.
Question: Frequency: How would you rate Apple Pay versus swiping a card at checkout?
Source does not provide sample size, age group, or survey type.
No further methodology was offered by the source.

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