Apple on Tuesday published a new tutorial video via its official channel on YouTube.

It covers sending and receiving money with Apple Pay Cash, a new person-to-person mobile payments feature which launched yesterday for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch with iOS 11.2 and is also available on Apple Watch with watchOS 4.2.

You can send or receive money via Messages or by asking Siri. The new Apple Pay Cash iMessage app allows you to select who you want to pay along with the amount, then approve with Face ID or Touch ID. The money arrives instantly and securely in the Wallet app.

Watch the video now to learn how Apple Pay makes going cashless effortless.

The funds in your virtual Apple Pay Cash card can be withdrawn to a bank account or you can use them to pay for stuff you purchase in apps and stores with Apple Pay.

Have you tried sending money to a friend with Apple Pay Cash? If so, what was your experience like? Share your thoughts and feelings on this feature in the comments section down below.

  • SpideyRules

    Seems like there’s no way to receive this to an actual bank account and can only be used in Apple Pay. Granted that’s not exactly a HUGE limitation, but a limitation nonetheless.

    That being said, this seems pretty seemless.

    • Luiz Claudio Eudes Corrêa

      The money you receive on Apple Pay Cash is on a virtual card on your iPhone, you just transfer for your bank account when you want

      • Sonu SIngh

        Yupp. Works flawlessly.

    • anonymous

      You can use as another savings account lol

  • Luiz Claudio Eudes Corrêa

    Looks really nice, here in Brazil we still waiting Apple Pay but we already have Samsung Pay and Android Pay.

  • anonymous

    I was excited for this but my bank doesn’t support debt card WTFFFFFF