Apple iPhone users experiencing glitch while using letter "I"

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If you don't want to try the beta, the full version of iOS 11.2 will be released for all iPhone users later this year, along with watchOS 4.2 for Apple Watch. The Message app then shows Apple Pay as a suggestion where it usually predicts the next word the user should type. Of course, many people already send money on their iPhones using Venmo, Square, PayPal, Google Wallet or other apps.

Consumers can fund Apple Pay Cash transfer with any card linked to Apple Pay. The company is working on a new update which will fix the bug but until then, you have to follow this self-help tutorial created by Apple.

To use Apple Pay Cash now, users need to be on the iOS 11.2 public beta and must have at least $10 on the Apple Pay Cash card in Wallet, according to MacRumors.

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To send or receive money, both parties must be running the appropriate iOS 11 software. 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. Send and receive from across the table - or across the country.

Although transactions on debit cards are free, those on credit cards will come with a small fee.

You can transfer up to $3,000 to your bank in a single transfer. This new variant of Apple Pay will now allow you to pay friends, family and phone contacts with an iMessage alone. The other person might not get the idea what are you trying to say.

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