Apple Pay Cash is now available on the latest iOS 11.2 and watchOS 4.2 beta versions that arrived yesterday.
Apple Pay Cash is available on the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch.
The Venemo-like service allows users to send and receive money using Apple Pay through iMessage.
Whenever you receive money through Apple Pay Cash, it’s added to a virtual debit card that’s available in the Wallet app. The card can be used to make Apple Pay purchases in brick-and-mortar stores, apps, or on the web.
The Apple Pay Cash balance can also be transferred to a bank account when needed. You can read more about how to use Apple Pay Cash here. Currently, it’s only available in the United States.
If you’re using one of the latest beta versions, you can find Apple Pay in your iMessage app drawer. You can send or request money from other users with the beta software installed. If someone isn’t running the new beta, you’ll just see a message that says that they can’t accept payments.
Originally announced back at WWDC in June, Apple announced in September that the feature wouldn’t launch with iOS 11.
Both iOS 11.2 and watchOS 4.2 should arrive to the general public early next month.