John Detrixhe argues that Apple should release its own debit card to prepare for the wave of contactless cards.
But consumers typically avoid moving their financial accounts and tend to be faithful, even when they dislike the service. An Apple debit card is a chance for the Silicon Valley-based company to give customers what they want—for God’s sake—before someone else does.
I’m not sure I’m sold on this idea. For a debit card maybe Apple could work with the bank it uses for device financing. I think what would be nice though is for Apple Pay Cash to work more like its own bank.
The spots show Apple Pay Cash being used by family members to share costs and directly pay for stuff.
Apple has a new spot out that demonstrates the modern fight over who gets to pay for dinner (if you’re friends are awesome). It’s s short commercial that illustrates the ease with which one can pass money back and forth with your friends and family using Apple Pay Cash in iMessage. The spot’s called Just Text Them the Money, and it’s a scenario most of us have played out.
According to eMarketer, a market research company, an estimated 79 million Americans will use a P2P payment service this year.
Redditor u/Sometimesexaggerates found out the hard way.
Apple has three new short ads showing off Apple Pay Cash. They’re all 15 seconds long and highlight different scenarios where using the feature could be handy.
Apple shipped more than 20 new products in 2017, but here are the five most important software products.
Want to add money to your Apple Pay Cash account, or change the card it uses for payments? Read on to learn how to do both.
Kelly Guimont and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to share tips and tricks on using Apple Pay Cash.
Now that Apple seems to have the kinks worked out from its Apple Pay Cash launch for iOS 11.2, watchOS 4.2 is out and ready to install on your Apple Watch.
Really, we promise, and we have some screenshots that sort of prove it. [Update: Apple Pay Cash is back for some users, and TMO staff and TMO readers are reporting that it’s active.]
John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to look at Apple’s recent security and update stumbles, plus they share their thoughts on Amazon saying their Apple TV Prime video app is still coming this year.
This update marks the official launch of Apple Pay Cash, the company’s peer-to-peer payment platform, and support for faster wireless charging on iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus with 7.5W Qi chargers.
The company accepts Apple Pay in its iOS app, and Apple is expected to roll out Apple Pay Cash with iOS 11.2.
Included in this release cycle is a Now Playing control for Apple TV in Control Center, a bug fix for Calculator, and Apple Pay Cash.
Sure, it’s a first world problem, but Jeff Butts thinks using Apple Pay Cash at retailers could be quite a bit easier.
Jeff Butts takes one for the team and puts his money where his mouth is in this walkthrough and explanation of Apple’s newest service offering.
Apple showed off Apple Pay Cash in iOS 11 earlier this year, but it won’t be part of Tuesday’s operating system upgrade.
Downloading YouTube Videos, App Stores Woes, Apple Pay Cash, Person-to-Person Payments, iPhone X, iOS 11 Screen Recording, Restoring from a different iPhone and a discussion of whether or not it’s safe to use Facebook to login to other sites are ALL discussed in this week’s show… and more! Press play and enjoy.