Published: Wed, November 08, 2017
Tech | By Constance Martin

Apple Pay Cash is available in iMessage to iOS 11.2 beta users

Apple Pay Cash is available in iMessage to iOS 11.2 beta users

The bug appears to be impacting iPhones with the new IOS 11.1 software. Apps that use auto-renewable subscription pricing will soon be able to offer special introductory pricing for new customers.

While it was first said to be coming with the release of iOS 11, its release was delayed. You'll need at least $10 loaded into the card to use it.

But some users who have it in hand already are reporting that it shipped with an ironic Autocorrect glitch-one that makes it incredibly frustrating to type. Outgoing transfers must be approved with Touch ID, or Face ID on the new iPhone X.

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.

Apple has not responded to a request for comment.

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There are no fees to dispatch money with your debit or Apple Pay Cash card, though you will have to pay a typical 3% fee to send money through a credit card.

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

Time for Venmo, Square Cash, and PayPal to play defense? If getting money into a bank account quickly is a priority, Zelle - available in about 50 banks' mobile apps - does it instantly and for free. Since many people don't use iMessage, Microsoft has now released it as a standalone app for iPhone and iPad.

It's not a flawless fix, but it should do fine till Apple rolls out a permanent solution.

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