Apple Pay Cash is now available in iOS and watchOS betas

Todd Singleton
November 8, 2017

Many frustrated users took to Twitter to complain about the glitch. Then to finish it off: type an upper-case "I" in the Phrase box, and a lower-case "i" in the Shortcut one. It appears to be happening to people with new iPhones using 11.1 IOS software.

"We are aware of this autocorrect bug", an Apple spokesperson told The Register via email.

It's not a flawless fix, but it should do fine till Apple rolls out a permanent solution.

Apple has soft-launched Apple Pay Cash, a new peer-to-peer payment service similar to Venmo and Square Cash, by making it available for testers on the new iOS 11.2 public beta.

This story originally appeared in The Wall Street Journal.

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So what is the cause of the problem? Other than the auto-correction anomaly expressed by the letter "i", it is definitely a step if not steps ahead its predecessor.

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.

The iOS 11.1 is a bag full of goodies.

"The buzz around the Apple's newest iOS and the arrival of new emojis was quickly subdued with folks complaining about the unusual noticeable occurrence on their social timelines. iPhone users noticed instead of the letter "I", they would see either "A [?]" or "![?]" in its place. Posts such as "iOS 11.1 freaking sucks, it really kills battery life".

The BBC has contacted Apple for comment.

It's not uncommon for new software to have bugs.

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