Here's How to Fix That Weird iPhone Glitch

Here's How to Fix That Weird iPhone Glitch

And now that we've gotten that little disclaimer out of the way, here's the link to sign up for Apple's public betas. Once a user accepts a payment through the system, Apple will issue the recipient a virtual Apple Pay Cash card where the funds are stored for future use.

But Apple has provided a way to work around this bug. The process of sending money should be relatively instant, as it's working off of the same debit and credit card accounts you likely already have linked for Apple Pay.

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To use Apple Pay Cash now, users need to be on the iOS 11.2 public beta and must have at least $10 on the Apple Pay Cash card in Wallet, according to MacRumors. Debit card transactions are free under the iMessage Apple Cash, but transactions from credit cards are subject to a 3 per cent surcharge.

Apple Pay Cash is catching up with the likes of Venmo, Zelle and others with simplified peer-to-peer payment solutions. If you're not comfortable with pre-release software, you might want to hold off for now. Send and receive from across the table - or across the country. With the update, users will be able to send cash to others with their Watch by going to the Message app to access the Apple Pay option. Within week's period, you can transfer up to $20,000 to your bank. The information was updated on Apple's App Store support page for developers. It lets one send and receive cash with the help of the Messages app on iPhones.

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