This bug is persistent throughout several different apps but, oddly, not everyone using iOS 11.1 is affected. This new variant of Apple Pay will now allow you to pay friends, family and phone contacts with an iMessage alone.
While it was first said to be coming with the release of iOS 11, its release was delayed. The first time that you use Apple Pay Cash, you have seven days to accept the money sent your way.
See, easy-peasy! And hopefully, Apple will have this iOS update bug fixed soon.
Unfortunately, Apple Pay Cash it's only available to beta customers in the United States right now, who'll also need to have two-factor authentication enabled on their Apple ID.
Although Apple hasn't officially updated the software to correct the issue, it suggested on its website a way for users to fix it themselves.
Once users receive money, they have a couple of options.
CNET notes that funding will come from debit or credit cards you've already set up in Apple Pay, and there will be no fee for debit cards, a small fee for credit cards.
How does Apple Pay Cash compare with competitors?
Choose the keyboard override app you want to use and then install it on your system. With PayPal, sending money with a debit or credit card costs 2.9% of the total amount plus 30 cents. When someone sends you money, it's automatically and securely kept on your Apple Pay Cash card. This can take up to three days with each of the four P2P payment services.
They also published a temporary fix on apple-dot-com. That means the money is federally insured up to $250,000, just as it would be in a traditional bank account.
As well as the autocorrect, a number of other related problems seem to be hitting iOS devices.