The peer-to-peer payment system is now only available in the U.S. for users 18 years or older.
The fix for the bug was seen in the recently-released iOS 11.2 beta, according to MacRumors. It looks as though Apple is addressing the issue via software updates which include patches for the affected iPhone 8 and iPhone X devices. To do this, go to Settings iCloud Password & Security Two-factor Authentication and follow the steps. To add a card, open the Wallet app tap the "+" icon in the top-right corner scan your card enter the requested information.
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At this stage, you may be requested to verify your identity.
Moreover, by saying things like "ask Sally to pay me US$10 for breakfast" to Siri, it will send that message via Messages and they can tap and pay. Users need to have two-step verification set up on their phones for Apple Pay Cash to work.
The system will also let you load money onto a virtual debit card that can then be used to purchase items from websites.
Apple's heavily-touted Venmo rival will enable contacts to send and receive cash, with funds stored on an virtual Apple Pay Cash debit card.
If asked, enter your passcode.
The new Apple Pay improvements are also expected in the upcoming Apple Watch update watchOS 4.2. A new App Drawer icon at the bottom of the iMessage window allows users to open up Apple Pay Cash, which then prompts the user to enter a value somewhere north of $1.00 (and not more than $3,000 per week). You can transfer the money across, but it will take the same time as an average bank transfer (one to three business days).