Apple Pay Cash is now available in iOS and watchOS betas


And now that we've gotten that little disclaimer out of the way, here's the link to sign up for Apple's public betas.

Once you've got money in your Apple Pay Cash account, you can use it to complete purchases at any merchant who already accepts Apple Pay, just as you do with any other cards you've got in your Apple Pay account. No fees apply for debit cards, but you'll have to pay an "industry standard" fee for credit cards. When someone sends you money, it's automatically and securely kept on your Apple Pay Cash card.

Absolutely ridiculous, not something you want to deal with after unboxing your $1000 iPhone X. You can download a third-party keyboard app to override the Apple keyboard and type "i" freely without issue.

Only on iOS: Apple Pay Cash is available only on iOS, while Venmo, Square Cash and PayPal are available on both Android and iOS devices.

Apple said this issue will be fixed in a future software update.

How does Apple Pay Cash compare with competitors?

The iOS 11.2 probably won't deliver new emojis, but it's shaping up to be another solid milestone release for Apple's mobile devices. Send and receive from across the table - or across the country.

Or, you can prompt a transaction by sending or receiving a message asking for money. Within week's period, you can transfer up to $20,000 to your bank.

For now, one fix is to turn off autocorrect.

Apple has teased the service for some time, first revealing it back in June at WWDC.

Apple version iOS 11.1 hit the stores in October replacing the previous version iOS 11.0.1.