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Technology Apple Pay Cash on your iPhone is easy to use and set up

13:55  26 march  2021
13:55  26 march  2021 Source:   cnet.com

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Using Apple Pay with your iPhone or Apple Watch is quick and secure. It’s a safer way to pay that helps you avoid touching buttons or exchanging cash . Apple Pay is easy to set up and gives your customers a simple and secure way to pay and donate with the devices they use every day. If you already accept credit and debit cards, simply contact your payment provider to start accepting Apple Pay .

When you set up Apple Cash , you can send and receive money in the Messages app or make purchases using Apple Pay . How to set up Apple Cash . Open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.

If you're using Apple Pay on your iPhone or Apple Watch , you might wonder about the tiny black Apple Pay oval at the bottom of your Messages app. Or perhaps a friend sent you money with Apple Cash and you want to know what you can do with it. I'm going to walk you through setting up and using Apple Cash in your Apple Pay wallet to send, receive and request money as well as transfer cash into your bank account.

a close up of a cell phone: You can send, receive and request money with Apple Cash. It works like Venmo and the Cash app from Square © Patrick Holland/CNET

You can send, receive and request money with Apple Cash. It works like Venmo and the Cash app from Square

With Apple Cash, Apple Pay and the Apple Card -- also known as Apple's credit card -- it can be confusing to know what each does and doesn't do. Apple Cash is tied to your Apple Pay and lets you make purchases in stores, apps and on the web. You can also transfer the money you have on Apple Cash to your bank account. It's similar to the way Venmo and the Cash app by Square works, except it's tied to your Apple ID.

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Use Apple Cash or a debit card in the Wallet app to send and receive money in the Messages app. On your iPhone or Apple Watch, say "Hey Siri," then say something like By default, your Apple Cash card is used to pay first, unless you turn off Apple Cash as the If you're under 18 years old in the United States, your family organizer can set up Apple Cash for you as part of Apple Cash Family.

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You can send people money with Apple Cash and people can send you money, which is automatically and securely kept on your Apple Cash card. However, there's not an actual physical card, just a metaphorical one. If you want to follow along step by step, check out the video above.

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Set up Apple Cash on your iPhone

Let's start by setting up Apple Cash on your phone.

Open the Wallet app on your phone. If you already have Apple Pay set up you'll see the black Apple Cash card. By the way, if you tilt and pan your phone, the colored circular pattern on the card will change colors. There is no practical use for this feature aside from being entertaining.

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Apple Pay Cash is an easy way for friends and family to send and receive money. Find out how it differs from Apple Pay plus how to set it up , use it, and more here. Whether you want to send or receive money via iMessage or Siri, on your iPhone or Mac, Apple Pay Cash is the way to do it. There are no fees to send or receive money with Apple Pay Cash , except in two cases.

Apple Pay Cash is now live, and it makes sending or requesting money almost too easy . To use Apple Pay Cash you will need to have an iOS device with iOS 11.2 installed, live in the US and have two-factor Setting up Apple Pay Cash lets you send and receive money over iMessage.

1. Tap the card, and then select Set Up Now.

2. On the next screen, tap Continue. After a moment, the Apple Cash is Set Up window will pop up.

3. Hit Continue. If you don't have a debit card on your phone, you'll be prompted to add one. If you choose to not add one, you can add it later but won't be able to send money because you don't have any.

If you don't have Apple Pay already set up take a look at CNET's how to set up Apple Pay article to get started.

Sending Apple Cash

1. To send cash, open up the Messages app and then go into a conversation or start a new one.

2. Tap the Apple Pay button below the message field. If you don't see it tap the Apps icon to reveal it.

3. Next, tap the plus or minus buttons to add the amount you want to send.

4. Then, if you want, add a message to go with the payment.

5. When you're ready to send, tap the black circle with a white arrow.

a stereo sitting on top of a wooden table: You can use Apple Cash to pay people through the Messages app on your iPhone. Patrick Holland/CNET © Provided by CNET You can use Apple Cash to pay people through the Messages app on your iPhone. Patrick Holland/CNET

By default, any money you already have in Apple Cash will be used to make the payment first. Otherwise, if you don't have any money, the debit card tied to your phone will be charged.

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Set up Apple Cash Family. Share subscriptions and iCloud storage. Share photos, a calendar, and more with family members. With your Apple Cash , credit, and debit cards stored in the Wallet app on iPhone , you can use Apple Pay for secure, contactless payments in stores, restaurants, and more.

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Apple Cash on the Apple Watch

Apple Cash isn't just limited to your phone. You can also use it on your Apple Watch.

1. In Messages, scroll down, then tap the Apple Pay button.

2. Turn the Digital Crown to add or subtract money.

3. Then tap Pay.

Speak to Apple Pay

By the way, you can also use Siri to pay someone with Apple Cash. Simply trigger Siri and say, "Siri, Apple Pay 80 dollars to Eric Franklin."

Request Apple Cash from someone

You can also use it to request money. For example, if you bought tickets to a movie for yourself and a friend, you can request the money they owe you.

1. From Messages tap the Apple Pay button.

2. Next, enter an amount and then tap Request. You don't have to, but it's probably a good idea to add a message.

3. When you're done hit Send.

Receive Apple Cash and transfer to bank

Next, comes the fun part: when someone sends you money. When you receive Apple Cash from someone, it's automatically received and kept in Apple Cash by default. If you have your Apple Cash card setup you can use your balance to make purchases in apps, online and in stores. Otherwise, you can transfer Apple Cash into your bank account.

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a close up of electronics: You can transfer any Apple Cash you have to your bank. Patrick Holland/CNET © Provided by CNET You can transfer any Apple Cash you have to your bank. Patrick Holland/CNET

1. Open the Wallet app and tap on Apple Cash.

2. On the next screen, tap the black circle at the top of the screen.

3. Then locate and tap the Transfer to Bank button.

4. Enter the amount you want to send and hit Next.

5. Then choose 1-3 Business Days. If you don't have a bank account set up, follow the instructions on your screen to add one.

6. Next, you need to confirm with Face ID, Touch ID, or your passcode. Then, comes the worst part: waiting for the money to transfer.

If you have a Visa debit card tied to Apple Pay you can use instant transfer to get the money into your bank account fast. After you tap Transfer to Bank, hit Instant Transfer. Next, select the Visa debit card you want to transfer money to and the billing information. Your funds should transfer within 30 minutes. You might be charged a 1% fee to use instant transfer.

Cancel an Apple Cash payment

There might be a time when you need to cancel an Apple Cash payment. For example, if you sent someone money who hasn't accepted, you might want to cancel it and pay them via a different method.

1. Open Messages and go to the payment or find the payment on the Latest Transactions screen underneath Apple Cash card in the Wallet app.

2. Tap the payment to see its details, then check the status field.

3. From there, tap Cancel Payment. The status field should update to read Canceled. If you don't see the option to cancel, then the person has already accepted the payment. In which case you'll need to ask the person to send money back to you.

Apple Cash is a really convenient albeit complex system. Once you have the basics set up, you should be good to go.

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