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Here's How to Fix That Weird iPhone Glitch

09 November 2017

We already know that for various users, iOS 11.1 makes media playback stutter, breaks audio control on the lock screen, and autocorrects the word "I" to an unrecognizable character.

Last weekend it emerged some iOS users are struggling with an issue so rudimentary, it made a mockery of Apple's cutting edge mobile technology.

Any funds you receive are added to a new Apple Pay Cash card that lives inside the Apple Wallet app on your phone or tablet. The improvements include a person-to-person payment option with Apple Pay on iMessage, as well as the Apple Pay Cash card. Besides those requirements, users will need an iPhone 6 or later and must have two-factor authentication activated.

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Apple is working on it and has said another fix will be issued soon. Send money for books to your son in college.

Apple announced yesterday that iPhone X goes on sale in 14 more countries on November 24, so the iOS 11 adoption rate should take another leap by early December.

You can send or receive a minimum payment of $1 per message.

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The received cash can be used immediately or can be transfered into bank accounts with a standard waiting time for the transaction to complete.

You're also able to send money directly from the Contacts app, by choosing the $ icon below any person's name. Debit card transactions are free under the iMessage Apple Cash, but transactions from credit cards are subject to a 3 per cent surcharge.

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Here's How to Fix That Weird iPhone Glitch