Apple Pay Cash launches in beta

Apple Pay Cash launches in beta

There have been several bugs that have hampered the growth of iOS 11 and a lot of people have refrained from updating their devices to iOS 11.

Instead of an "I", users get an "A" and a barcode symbol.

Reportedly, the bug is only a part of the iOS 11.1 and Apple has acknowledged it.

Any money you send is funded from the credit or debit cards that are already stored on your in the Apple Wallet app or the Apply Pay Cash card on your device.

Apple is working on it and has said another fix will be issued soon.

However, unlike Zelle and Venmo, Apple's service will only work across its own devices.

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Now, beta users have begun to test out the service, which will roll out publicly with iOS 11.2 and watchOS 4.2. Send money for books to your son in college.

You also have to be at least 18 years old and live in the United States, have two-factor authentication for your Apple ID, and an eligible credit or debit card in Wallet. Send and receive from across the table - or across the country. The max to send or receive is 3,000.

The received cash can be used immediately or can be transfered into bank accounts with a standard waiting time for the transaction to complete.

The most-awaited peer-to-peer money transfer feature is been introduced in iOS 11.2 beta 2 right in the messages app.

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