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Fiserv/TTPPackage 0.1.2
Fiserv Tap To Pay Package iOS
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🕓 4 weeks ago
.package(url: "https://github.com/Fiserv/TTPPackage.git", from: "0.1.2")

Tap to Pay on iPhone SDK by Fiserv


This Package is an SDK that facilitates enabling Apple's Tap To Pay on iPhone functionality in your own app. With just a bit of configuration and a few lines of code, your iPhone app will be able to securely accept contactless payments on a supported iPhone without any additional hardware (e.g. POS terminal, external card reader device, etc.)

Currently this functionality is only available in the U.S.

By using this Package, you will not need to certify your app. We have taken care of that for you.


Device Requirements

Apple Tap to Pay on iPhone requires iPhone XS or later, running iOS 16 or later

Tap to Pay Entitlement

You must request a special entitlement from Apple to enable Tap To Pay. Log-into your Apple Developer Account and then click here to request the entitlement. In the text box titled 'PSP, enter 'Fiserv' as the value.

Follow the instructions here to add the entitlement to your app's profile

Obtain Fiserv Credentials

You can obtain test credentials for your app on Fiserv's Developer Studio by following these directions:

  1. Create an account by clicking the orange button in the upper right of the page
  2. Log-into Developer Studio with your email address/password
  3. Click the Workspaces option in the top toolbar
  4. Tap the button 'Add New Workspace'
  5. Create a workspace of type 'CommerceHub'. Provide a name and description, then select 'CommerceHub' from the 'Product' drop-down list
  6. Click the 'Create Button'
  7. In the Workspace, click the 'Credentials' tab
  8. Click the 'Create API key'. You will need to select a Merchant Id from the drop-down, provide a name for the API Key, click the 'Sandbox' radio button from the 'API Key Type' list, and select 'Payments' in the 'Features' checkboxes. Click the 'Create' button.
  9. Important! Copy the full API Key and Secret and store them securely. Or, you can click the 'Save to File' button to download them into a file. You will need these credentials to access the Fiserv SDK and back-end API's. Protect these credentials in your code and in your app.

Getting Started


CocoaPods is a dependency manager for Cocoa projects. For usage and installation instructions, visit their website. To integrate Alamofire into your Xcode project using CocoaPods, specify it in your Podfile:

pod 'FiservTTP'

Swift Package Manager

The Swift Package Manager is a tool for automating the distribution of Swift code and is integrated into the swift compiler.

Create a new project or open your existing app in XCode.

Add the Fiserv Package to your app by following these instructions:

  1. With your app open in Xcode, select File->Add Packages...
  2. In the search bar in the upper-right, enter the Package Url: https://github.com/Fiserv/TTPPackage
  3. Click the 'Add Package' button at the bottom of the screen
  4. Click 'Add Package' one more time. The Package will be downloaded and added to your project

Configure the Card Reader

Create an instance of FiservTTPConfig and load it with your configuration as follows:

let myConfig = FiservTTPConfig(
    secretKey: "<your secret key from Developer Studio>",
    apiKey: "<your API key from Developer Studio>",
    environment: .Sandbox,
    currencyCode: "USD",
    appleTtpMerchantId: "<optional apple ttp merchantId provided by fiserv>",
    merchantId: "<your merchantId from the CommerceHub workspace on Developer Studio>",
    merchantName: "<your merchant name as it will be displayed in the Tap to Pay payment sheet>",
    merchantCategoryCode: "<your MCC>",
    terminalId: "10000001", /// Identifies the specific device or point of entry where the transaction originated assigned by the acquirer or the gateway
    terminalProfileId: "3c00e000-a00e-2043-6d63-936859000002") /// Unique identifier for the terminal profile used to configure the kernels of the card reader and manage payment terminal behavior

Now create an instance of FiservTTPCardReader, which is the main class that your app will interact with. Typically you would put this in a view model.

private let fiservTTPCardReader: FiservTTPCardReader = FiservTTPCardReader(configuration: myConfig)

Early in the startup process of your app, call the following method to validate that the device running your app is supported for Apple Tap To Pay on iPhone:

if !fiservTTPCardReader.readerIsSupported() {
    ///TODO handle unsupported device

Obtain PSP Token

You must obtain a session token in order to utilize the SDK. Acquire the token by making this call:

do {
    try await fiservTTPCardReader.requestSessionToken()
} catch let error as FiservTTPCardReaderError {
    ///TODO handle exception

Note that the session token will expire in 24 hours. You are responsible for keeping track of when to obtain a new token.

Link Account

Next you must link the device running the app to an Apple ID. This needs to happen just once. You are responsible for tracking whether the linking process has occurred already or not. If not, then perform linking by making this call:

do {
    try await fiservTTPCardReader.linkAcount()
} catch let error as FiservTTPCardReaderError {
    ///TODO handle exception

Initialize the Card Reader Session

Now you're ready to initialize the Apple Proximity Reader by calling:

do {
    try await self.fiservTTPCardReader.initializeSession()
} catch let error as FiservTTPCardReaderError {
    ///TODO handle exception

NOTE that you must re-initialize the reader session each time the app starts and/or returns to the foreground!

Take a Payment

Congrats on getting this far! Now you are ready to process your first payment. Simply make this call and the SDK takes care of the rest for you:

let amount = 10.99  // amount to charge
let merchantOrderId = "your order ID, for tracking purposes"
let merchantTransactionId = "your transaction ID, for tracking purposes"

do {
    let chargeResponse = try await readCard(
        amount: amount, 
        merchantOrderId: merchantOrderId, 
        merchantTransactionId: merchantTransactionId)
    ///TODO inspect the chargeResponse to see the authorization result
} catch let error as FiservTTPCardReaderError {
    ///TODO handle exception

Void a Payment

let amount = 10.99 // amount to void
let referenceTransactionId = "this value was returned in the charge response"
do {
  let voidResponse = try await voidTransaction(
      referenceTransactionId = referenceTransactionId)
    ///TODO inspect the voidResponse to see the result   
} catch let error as FiservTTPCardReaderError {
    ///TODO handle exception

Refund a Payment

let amount = 10.99 // amount to void
let referenceTransactionId = "this value was returned in the charge response"
do {
  let refundResponse = try await refundTransaction(
      referenceTransactionId = referenceTransactionId)
    ///TODO inspect the refundResponse to see the result   
} catch let error as FiservTTPCardReaderError {
    ///TODO handle exception

Download the sample app

We've prepared an end-to-end sample app to get you up and running fast. Get the Sample App here

Additional Resources

Commerce Hub

Sample App

Merchant FAQ's from Apple Tap to Pay on iPhone Security from Apple


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Release Notes

Decoding Decimal data types
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An issue was identified when decoding decimal data types.

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