Apple Pay Cash available with iOS 11.2 beta

Apple Pay Cash available with iOS 11.2 beta

Apple Pay Cash available with iOS 11.2 beta

The service is now available on iOS 11.2 beta 2 for USA customers, who will see an Apple Pay button in the apps section of Messages.

To get started, you must join the Apple Public beta program and download iOS 11.2 or later. If you use the Apple Watch you can secure the transaction through by entering a passcode. Split a bill. Pay a babysitter.

The BBC has contacted Apple for comment. You also need these things: ● A compatible device with iOS 11.2 or later.

The workaround makes use of the Text Replacement feature built into iOS.

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You can send or receive a minimum payment of $1 per message. You might also be asked to verify your identity.

With the new feature, you can add money to the virtual card, or transfer the balance to your bank account. Those using the beta should see it as one of the options in the iMessage app drawer (via 9to5Mac).

Unfortunately, Apple Pay Cash is still limited to the United States, although it's entirely possible that that's only while it's in beta. If you turn off Apple Pay Cash for any one device, you can still use Apple Pay Cash on other devices where you're signed in with your Apple ID. Debit card transactions are free under the iMessage Apple Cash, but transactions from credit cards are subject to a 3 per cent surcharge.

There's no fee for debit card transactions, while an "industry standard" fee will apply for money funded with credit cards.

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