Missing iOS 11 feature finally arrives ahead of full launch

Missing iOS 11 feature finally arrives ahead of full launch

Users of Apple's watchOS have avoided the predictive text bug, by virtue of not having a keyboard, but have fallen prey to their own odd error over the last few weeks: a hard crash of the device when asked for the weather.

Back at WWDC in June when Apple announced iOS 11, it promised a new feature called Apple Pay Cash, which would allow users to send money to friends via iMessages.

When users get paid, they receive the money in a new Apple Pay Cash card in Apple Wallet and can then use the money instantly.

The actual Apple Pay Cash option is easy to find, too. For now, the company offered the following self-help tutorial that will let users "work around the issue until it's fixed in a future software update". "We know you knew what would happen with this update @Apple@AppleSupport" took center-stage on Twitter.

Apple is introducing a new App Store pricing feature for developers starting with iOS 11.2. Apple Pay Cash is available only in the United States. Apple suggested a temporary fix, but iPhone and iPad owners would rather receive a flawless iOS 11. With PayPal, sending money with a debit or credit card costs 2.9% of the total amount plus 30 cents. If you're setting up Apple Pay Cash for the first time, you'll need to set it up using any supported device where you're signed in to iCloud with your Apple ID. However, some iOS software fall short of end-user expectations and hence necessitates for production of an upgrade to fix the shortcomings. That means the money is federally insured up to $250,000, just as it would be in a traditional bank account. You'll need at least $10 loaded into the card to use it.

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