Apple Cash is a terrific way to instantly send money to friends and family from your iOS device or Apple Watch. You can pay back what you borrowed, loan money, or request money from someone who owes you. But what happens if you send someone money and want it back?
Maybe you loaned them more than they need or maybe you discover you don’t have the extra to lend. Whatever the reason, you can cancel a payment you make with Apple Cash if they haven’t accepted the payment yet and here’s how.
If you just started using Apple Cash to send or receive money, you’re going to want to keep up with your activity. Check on money you’ve sent to others, see if someone sent money to you, and make sure your transactions look correct.
Here are a few ways to view your Apple Cash transactions on iPhone.
For the fastest way to loan money to a friend or pay them back after borrowing some yourself, you can use Apple Cash, formerly named Apple Pay Cash. Once you set it up, you can send money to your contacts or request money from them via the Messages app. The service has been around for a while, but there are still many who haven’t taken it for a spin yet.
If you fall into this category, this tutorial shows you how to set up and send money with Apple Cash.
Apple's tweaked the official brand name of its Apple Pay Cash feature that launched in December 2017. Henceforth, the peer-to-peer payments service shall be known as Apple Cash.
If you use the peer-to-peer Apple Pay Cash payment feature to send money to friends and family in an instant through Messages, you will need to sign up for the newly announced Apple Card because Apple has ended support for sending money using a regular credit card.
Apple on Wednesday posted a series of short videos to its YouTube channel highlighting Apple Pay Cash. The clips, aptly titled 'They Send, you spend,' are just 15 seconds in length, but do a great job demonstrating how easy it is to send money via Messages.
Yesterday, Apple's official YouTube channel published yet another short advertisement designed to promote the company's peer-to-peer mobile payment service, Apple Pay Cash.
Apple yesterday uploaded four new videos to its official YouTube channel that promote Apple Pay Cash, a peer-to-peer variant of the Apple Pay mobile payment service.
Google on Tuesday announced that its new and consolidated mobile payments service, Google Pay, is now available as a standalone app in Play Store.
Apple's detailed iOS Security Guide has been revised with fresh new information related to Face ID, Apple Pay Cash, CloudKit end-to-end encryption and other new technologies.