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Apple Pay Cash service launches in US

06 December 2017

Apple Pay Cash was not usable because the company had not yet activated it. Apple Pay Cash is now officially available in the United States and available for all iPhone and iPad owners running iOS 11.2 on their devices.

Unfortunately, this applies to just the latest crop of iPhone devices - iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone Plus that have wireless charging features integrated.

New iOS releases typically come with their fair share of problems, but iOS 11 may very well be the buggiest iOS release we've seen yet.

iOS 11.2, which Apple rushed out to fix a "Springboard" bug that caused iPhones to crash after the clocks hit 12.15am on Saturday, has caused Face ID to bork on some iPhone X handsets, 9to5Mac reports. It's possible that Apple will formally activate Apple Pay Cash later this week. The card is part of the new Apple Pay functionality allowing USA customers to send and receive money among friends and family quickly, easily and securely. Thus, you can only send payment using it through an iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch.

Money received from Apple Pay Cash is stored within Wallet on iPhone.

Users can then use this account to pay for goods and services through Apple Pay. You're better off using a debit card to avoid the standard 3% fee you'll pay with a credit card. Here's everything you need to know.

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Apple has yet to address this bug in an official statement, but until they do there are steps you can take to fix the iPhone restarting on your own. We're hoping that this feature will be widely available in time for the holidays. When users get paid, the money stays on the Apple Pay Cash card.

That could lead people to use other free apps, like Venmo and Square Cash to send money to those who have Android devices.

Saying something like "Send x dollars to Zac using Apple Pay cash" is a super fast and satisfying way to pay others.

Begining today, Apple announced customers can now to receive or send money to family members and friends, quickly, easily and securely through iMessage.

Users can spend this on future purchases or transfer it to their bank account. Of course, you can also withdraw the balance to the associated bank account.

Apple Pay Cash service launches in US