Tech & Science Apple Pay Cash: Everything You Need To Know

11:52  06 december  2017
11:52  06 december  2017 Source:   Know Your Mobile

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In order to use Apple Pay Cash , you need to meet a few requirements: Both the sender and receiver need to be running iOS 11.2 beta 2 on a compatible device. Have two-factor authentication in place for your Apple ID.

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At first glance, Apple Pay Cash comes across as some kind of peer-to-peer payment service, like Venmo or even PayPal. Once that is, you just need to click ‘ Apple Pay Cash ’ under ‘Cards’.

The removal of the need for physical money is one step closer thanks to Apple’s release of Apple Pay Cash, introduced in iOS 11.2, which just shipped to user this week. But what is Apple Pay Cash–and how can you get some? Here’s everything you need to know.

Apple Pay Cash: What Is It?

Apple Pay Cash is an expansion of Apple’s Apple Pay digital payment service, which stores your credit and debit cards in your iPhone. But Apple Pay Cash is different. It’s a digital card/account that lives on your iPhone. This virtual debit card can store money you put on it and you can use it to pay for goods and services anywhere that accepts Apple Pay payments–whether that’s websites or contactless terminals in off licenses.

Though you can use the Apple Pay Cash card virtually anywhere that accepts Apple Pay payments, the service is really set up to be a peer-to-peer payment system allowing friends and family to easily send money to one another through iMessage.

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The removal of the need for physical money is one step closer thanks to Apple 's release of Apple Pay Cash , introduced in iOS 11.2, which just shipped to user this week. But what is Apple Pay Cash –and how can you get some? Here's everything you need to know .

So how does Apple Pay Cash work? However, you can send payments using the service via an iPhone, iPad, or an Apple Watch. You also need to verify your identity. In addition to fixing the date bug, iOS 11.2 starts the rollout of Apple Pay Cash .

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Apple Pay Cash: How Does It Work?

You first need to set up your Apple Pay Cash card on iOS 11.2. You’ll need to link it to a debit or credit card and then transfer money from one of those cards onto your Apple Pay Cash card. You can find out how to set up your Apple Pay Cash card here. Once you’ve set it up all you need to do is then launch the Apple Pay Cash mini-app in iMessages or tell Siri to use Apple Pay Cash to pay one of your friends and they’ll be texted the virtual money, which they then accept and the funds you sent are deducted from your Apple Pay Cash balance and added to theirs.

Apple Pay Cash: Where Does It Work?

Apple Pay Cash works wherever Apple Pay is accepted. This means you can use money on your Apple Pay Cash card to pay for iTunes purchases or show at tens of thousands of websites and brick-and-mortar retailers. You can also deposit the balance on your Apple Pay Cash card into your linked current account, meaning you can convert the digital currency into real, hard cash.

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In order to use Apple Pay Cash , you need to meet a few requirements: Both the sender and receiver need to be running iOS 11.2 beta 2 on a compatible device. Have two-factor authentication in place for your Apple ID.

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Apple Pay Cash: Are There Fees?

If you are stocking your Apple Pay Cash card with funds from a current debit account, there are no fees. If you are using a linked credit card to fund your Apple Pay Cash balance a 3% transaction fee will apply.

Apple Pay Cash: What Devices Support It?

Apple Pay Cash is only available to those in the U.S. at the moment, but it should roll out to more countries in 2018. Apple Pay Cash works with the following devices:

• iPhone SE

• iPhone 6 and later

• iPad Pro

• iPad 5th generation

• iPad Air 2

• iPad Mini 3 and later

• Apple Watch

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