Unlike other P2P payment services, no additional downloads are necessary once you've updated to the new iOS 11.2 public beta operating system.
The Apple Pay button will appear in the apps section of Messages, according to TechCrunch, allowing you to send money to other users. There's no fee to use Apple Pay Cash with a debit card. You can use these new API additions to localize and display information about introductory pricing to your users. You also need to have two-factor authentication set up on your Apple account.
Once the money arrives to the Apple Pay Cash card, it's immediately usable anywhere that accepts Apple Pay.
Only on iOS: Apple Pay Cash is available only on iOS, while Venmo, Square Cash and PayPal are available on both Android and iOS devices.
They also published a temporary fix on apple-dot-com. If you're not comfortable with pre-release software, you might want to hold off for now.
The bad news surrounding iOS 11 just won't stop coming, with the latest one about an iOS 11.1 bug involving the predictive keyboard feature. You can do this the first time that you try to send or receive money. Within week's period, you can transfer up to $20,000 to your bank. Since many people don't use iMessage, Microsoft has now released it as a standalone app for iPhone and iPad.
Although Apple hasn't officially updated the software to correct the issue, it suggested on its website a way for users to fix it themselves.
Most of the features should make it into the final iOS 11.2 release though Apple could hold some back for additional testing if needed.
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