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IPhone and iPad owners still seem unsure about iOS 11

IPhone and iPad owners still seem unsure about iOS 11

Apple has finally included the Apple Pay Cash support for Apple Watch via latest software update (watchOS 4.2). In the case of the Apple Watch, that requirement is watchOS 4.2.

A direct competitor to other digital payment apps like Venmo and Square Cash, Apple Pay Cash was announced in June at Apple's annual developers' conference. The feature allows users in the United States with an up-to-date iPhone to send money to other iPhone users through the company's Messages app.

They can use the debit and credit cards they already have added to Apple Pay, so there's no need to install an app or create yet another account.

The latest smartphone OS data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech https://www.kantarworldpanel.com/global/News/Later-iPhone-X-Release-Hurts-Apple-Share reveals that "in the three months ending October 2017, iOS share fell in key markets, making clear the impact of the flagship iPhone X not being available to buy in the month of October".




Apple's P2P service, Apple Pay Cash, is now up and running.

You need to restart your devices before they can start to send and receive money. If rebooting doesn't help, you may want to contact Apple support.

Users can manually update their Apple Watches by keeping their iPhones in proximity and launching the Watch app and go to the My Watch tab and then General Software Update. As soon as the update is rolled out, one will receive notification of the iPhone or iPad. Make sure that you have connected your iPhone or iPad with a faster WiFi to experience uninterrupted update experience. To utilize it on an iPhone, for example, a user can open the Messages app, tap the App Store icon, and tap the Apple Pay icon in the dock.