Apple has launched Apple Pay Cash to developers and public beta testers running iOS 11.2 beta 2 and watchOS 4.2.
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 Apple Pay button will appear in the apps section of Messages, according to TechCrunch, allowing you to send money to other users.
In the meantime, Apple has offered users a temporary fix with instructions on how to change autocorrect settings.
Going out on a Friday night with your friends usually comes with a couple guarantees: there will be drinks and at least one of you will forget to bring cash. Likewise, the issue appears to have affected not all the users who have installed iOS 11.1. The first time that you use Apple Pay Cash, you have seven days to accept the money sent your way.
Once users receive money, they have a couple of options.
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Apple's now on its second iOS 11.2 beta and we expect the company to release a few more as it adds additional polish ahead of the final release.
Transactions funded with a debit card are free, while a 3% fee applies to credit card transactions.
That said, we could see the iOS 11.2 update emerge alongside the HomePod speaker in December. iOS 11.2 delivers SiriKit for HomePod.
With the new feature, you can add money to the virtual card, or transfer the balance to your bank account.
Apple version iOS 11.1 hit the stores in October replacing the previous version iOS 11.0.1.