Here's How to Fix That Weird iPhone Glitch

Posted November 08, 2017

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.

Back at WWDC in June when Apple announced iOS 11, it promised a new feature called Apple Pay Cash, which would allow users to send money to friends via iMessages. "Get it together Apple".

The move sees Apple take on P2P payments market leader Venmo, as well as Square Cash and bank-backed Zelle, which has just released its standalone app.

In the meantime, Apple has offered users a temporary fix with instructions on how to change autocorrect settings.

To add money to your Apple Pay Cash card, open the Wallet app, tap Apple Pay Cash, and then tap the info tab.

Trump campaign adviser Page met Russian officials in 2016 Moscow trip
He also testified that he was "not aware" of anyone affiliated with the Trump campaign communicating with the Russians. Reported testimony from former campaign policy adviser Carter Page only adds to questions about what Sessions knew.

But a twist to the upgrade is the "killing" of battery life linked to iOS 11.1 as expressed by lots who users who expressed their frustration on social media.

Once the money arrives to the Apple Pay Cash card, it's immediately usable anywhere that accepts Apple Pay. It is not clear why it only affects some users on iOS 11.1 and not others. You can use money received via Apple Pay Cash on many apps and websites as well as at millions of stores that accept Apple Pay.

Apple is reportedly working on a fix that will be rolled out in the next iOS 11 update.

You can send or receive a minimum payment of $1 per message. The problem has popped on both iOS 11.1 and iOS 11.0.3, as well as macOS.

This workaround fix should mean that the system prioritizes the manually-added user text replacement over the weird garbled mess that iOS is errantly suggesting.