Apple has started sending emails out to Apple Pay customers, warning them that as of iOS 12.2 and watchOS 5.2, there is no longer support for sending money via Apple Pay Cash using a credit card.
WhatsApp is all set to get its own peer-to-peer cash payment service similar to Apple Pay Cash up and running as soon as next week, if reports are to be believed.
Apple has today made available a new and updated iOS Security Guide, dated January 2018, in which it has included new details on Apple Pay Cash and Face ID, among other things.
Here's why you should opt to use debit card instead of your credit card when using Apple Pay Cash on iPhone or Apple Watch.
Apple Pay Cash feature is now up and live on iOS 11.2 for compatible iPhone and iPad users in the United States. Here's everything you need to know.
Is iOS 11.2 Apple Pay Cash feature not working, enabled or activated for you? While we know that Apple Pay Cash has been available in the beta builds of iOS 11.2, it does not appear to be live yet in the public release. Here's why.
Apple Pay Cash feature of iOS 11 has had its release date timeframe revealed by an entry on the Apple Watch Series 1's web page.
iOS 11.0.1 or iOS 11.1 will bring Apple Pay Cash, a feature that will allow people to send money to others via Apple Pay built into apps like iMessage, to the masses and not iOS 11.0, Apple has confirmed. Same applies to watchOS as well with a future version of watchOS 4.x said to bring this feature not watchOS 4.0.