The new transaction feature rolled out and showed by Apple at the time of the WWDC 2017 conference previously this year, Apple Pay Cash, has lastly begun reaching consumers. Apple has launched out the feature as a fraction of iOS 11.2 beta. Also, the function is restricted to users of Apple in the U.S. right now. To employ Apple Cash Pay, consumers might also require 2-factor verification of the Apple ID. Consumers might have to log in to their account of iCloud on any gadget that will be utilized to receive or send money. In addition, consumers might also require connecting their entitled debiting or credit card to the wallet.
For those not aware, the feature Apple Pay Cash operates via Siri or with the iMessage app. Consumers will not require to download an individual app for this. “Now you can use Apple Pay to pay and get paid right in Messages, or by asking Siri. There’s no app to download, and you can use the cards you already have in Wallet. Send money for books to your son in college. Split a bill. Pay a babysitter. Send and receive from across the table—or across the country. Instantly,” claims the support page of the company.
How to send cash in Messages:
- Open app for Messages, start a new chat or click on an current one.
- Click on the default icon of App Store positioned on top of the keyboard.
- Click on the icon of Apple Pay.
- Choose the amount you require to transfer using “+” and “−” icons.
- Click on Pay
- To verify the transaction, consumers can make use of TouchID, FaceID, or passcode.
It is also possible to ask money from a buddy and get the alternative to routinely accept transactions. It is worth stating that the feature of Apple Pay Cash is being made obtainable by Green Dot. The feature has also made an entry in the app version of watchOS 4.2 beta. This will allow consumers send money with no trouble to friends and others without the help of their handsets.