Apple iOS 11.1 Autocorrect Bug and the Release Workaround

  • Apple iOS 11.1 Autocorrect Bug and the Release Workaround

Apple iOS 11.1 Autocorrect Bug and the Release Workaround

Apple is blaming the most recent IOS update for the glitch and while the company says they are working on a solution, here's what you can do in the meantime. Now you can use Apple Pay to pay and get paid right in Messages, or by asking Siri.

The move sees Apple take on P2P payments market leader Venmo, as well as Square Cash and bank-backed Zelle, which has just released its standalone app.

Apple has described a temporary fix for the problem on its website.

To add money to your Apple Pay Cash card, open the Wallet app, tap Apple Pay Cash, and then tap the info tab.

Apple is introducing a new App Store pricing feature for developers starting with iOS 11.2. The first time that you use Apple Pay Cash, you have seven days to accept the money sent your way. You'll need at least $10 loaded into Apple Pay Cash to use it, and you'll need to have two-factor authentication enabled.

You'll need to be running the second beta of whichever OS you're using (iOS 11.2 or watchOS 4.2), and that includes the iOS public beta.

Or, you can prompt a transaction by sending or receiving a message asking for money.

While it was first said to be coming with the release of iOS 11, its release was delayed. Debit card transactions are free under the iMessage Apple Cash, but transactions from credit cards are subject to a 3 per cent surcharge.

Make sure that you sign in to iCloud with your Apple ID on any device that you want to use to send or receive money.