GivingTuesday "campaign is now in its sixth year, and Apple also sent an e-mail to its clients on Monday, giving customers a donation to their favorite charity through Apple Pay.
In fact, at this time of year, all kinds of international charities, business organizations, community centers and student groups have the same goal: they are giving their own love as much as possible. Apple called its customers "Donate with Apple Pay on #GivingTuesday" in an email that you can use from Apple Pay to give directions to the American Red Cross, Water, DonorsChoose.org, (PRODUCT) RED, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and the World Wildlife Fund and many other charity organizations offer their own love.
The link Apple sends includes each charity's donation page, where users donate through Apple Pay devices with Touch IDs or Face IDs. Interestingly, when the same link is opened on a Mac or iOS device that lacks Touch ID, Apple Pay will not be prompted to pay for it. Apple is also hope that you donate at the same time, but also to protect your property safety.
Apple also mentioned in an e-mail, donate their own gifts, the use of Apple Pay easier and more secure. The email also includes an Apple-specific explanation page linked to Apple Pay and a link to the Use Apple Pay page, along with information about other nonprofit organizations that accept internal payment products.
As a charity event, GivingTuesday also hopes to promote people's love of charity after the end of the hustle and bustle of shopping over the past few days.
Apple has long been a charity, and they often donate iTunes. Recently, Apple raised more than $ 3 million for the relief of Hurricane Harvey. At the same time, Apple also works with the World Wildlife Fund to raise funds for environmental protection activities. In the past, Apple also donated part of the App Store's revenue to celebrate Earth Day.