Published: Thu, December 07, 2017
Tech | By Dwayne Harmon

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In follow up to the news reported earlier this week that Apple has launched its own P2P service (Apple Pay Cash), more details are emerging about how it actually works and the providers involved. The upgrade as usual by Apple has involved lots of changes, especially the support given to Apple Pay Cash, a quick peer-to-peer payments system that forms a direct competitor to Venmo, Square Cash and other payment processors.

Discover officially announced its relationship on Tuesday, soon after Apple Pay Cash officially went live in the U.S.

Apple Pay is now the simplest and most convenient way to make person to person payments on iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch. They can use the money instantly1 to pay someone or make purchases using Apple Pay in stores, apps and on the web.

Of course, given how different a device it is, there are very important differences in how you use Apple Pay Cash on the Apple Watch.

Beginning today, Apple customers in the USA can use Apple Pay to send and receive money with friends and family quickly, easily and securely. Once all of this is done, you should see a new Apple Pay button at the bottom of a conversation in Messages.

What is Apple pay Cash?

Each payment, though, will prompt you to confirm it with a passcode, your face, or fingerprint. Apple Pay, of course, has been available from the original Watch back in 2015, before receiving a wider rollout over the past couple of years.

Apple has officially rolled out watchOS 4.2 update. However, a three percent fee is applied when sending money using a credit card. For example, the maximum balance on an Apple Pay Cash card users can have after verifying their identity is $20,000.

For bank transfers, users can transfer a minimum of $1 or up to $3,000 on a single bank transaction. You can not add more than $10,000 over a 7-day period. You can not add more than $3,000 per day.

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