Seldom used 'i' mangled by baffling autocorrect bug in Apple's iOS 11

Allan Goodman
November 8, 2017

In response to this Apple has given a fix to the problem.

Apple is rolling out support for Apple Pay Cash in the latest iOS 11.2 and watchOS 4.2 betas for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch.

The new service does not work with Android phones. If you turn off Apple Pay Cash for any one device, you can still use Apple Pay Cash on other devices where you're signed in with your Apple ID.

To get started, you must join the Apple Public beta program and download iOS 11.2 or later. The first time that you use Apple Pay Cash, you have seven days to accept the money sent your way.

The bug appears to be impacting iPhones with the new IOS 11.1 software. Apparently all you need to do is open the Messages app used for SMS texts, and you'll find a button for Apple Pay when you click on the Apps button next to the space where you write your messages.

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Apple said developers will be able to set up introductory pricing options in iTunes Connect soon.

No funding directly from your bank: Unlike PayPal and Venmo, Apple's service doesn't let you fund transfers directly from a bank account.

Most of the features should make it into the final iOS 11.2 release though Apple could hold some back for additional testing if needed. If you send money using a credit card, there's a standard 3% credit card fee on the amount funded with a credit card.

As well as the autocorrect, a number of other related problems seem to be hitting iOS devices.

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