You can also use your Apple Watch with Apple Pay Cash


Those delays-presumably coupled with lagging demand for the iPhone 8 by users anxious to pick up Apple's latest phone-enabled Android to increase its market share by 4.3% in the five biggest European markets, 8.2% in the United States and 7.5% in Japan during the three months ending October 2017. They can use the money instantly1 to pay someone or make purchases using Apple Pay in stores, apps and on the web.

Through Wallet, Apple Pay Cash lets you pay in apps and in stores that use the service's virtual debit card, and Siri can also be used to send and request payments with contacts.

One can activate it accordingly by going to Settings Wallet Apple Pay.

To carry out person-to-person payments, both users need to have Apple Pay Cash set up on their Apple gadget. When someone pays a user, the funds stay on the Apple pay Cash Card, which can be found in the Wallet app. They can also choose to transfer it from Apple Pay Cash to their bank account.

Apple Pay Cash supports iPhone SE, iPhone 6 and newer, iPad Pro, iPad 5th Generation, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3 (or later) while Apple Watch users need watchOS 4.2 to use Apple Pay Cash. After that, users can tap "Send" and confirm the payment using Touch ID or Face ID. Payments are not available in group chats on iMessage. Apple Pay, of course, has been available from the original Watch back in 2015, before receiving a wider rollout over the past couple of years.

Apple on Tuesday launched Apple Pay Cash, one of the simplest digital payment methods, in the United States market and this can be used by iPhone, iPad ad Apple Watch users.

After this is completed, the Apple Pay button at the bottom of a conversation in Messages is seen. For example, the maximum balance on an Apple Pay Cash card users can have after verifying their identity is $20,000. When new users receive money for the first time, it's simply added to their new Apple Pay Cash card once they accept the terms. More sports services will be added in future, Apple said.



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