Last week, Apple Pay Cash launched on iOS 11.2 system, which allows users to pay various kinds of payments to friends, as well as to pay for virtual debit cards in stores and applications through compatible iOS devices.
IOS 11.2 has been officially released last weekend, which restores the issue of the date that the iPhone has been restarted. Although the release notes mentioned the Apple Pay Cash as the main new function, it didn't start updating to non test users until iOS 11.2 was released for 3 days without additional updates.
Now, according to the media PhoneArena, some new discoveries about iOS 11.2 and Apple Pay Cash have been released. If you delete Apple Pay Cash on the latest iOS version of iPhone, then you will not be able to reinstall it on iMessage unless you reinstall iOS system on iPhone.
PhoneArena said the news came from an employee working at Apple's Apple Support. And one thing to mention is that although users can't reinstall Apple Pay Cash on iMessage, Siri can still achieve personal cash transfer.
In the future, Apple may launch a software update that allows users to freely delete and add Apple Pay Cash on their iMessage. However, for the sake of insurance, if you think you might use Apple Pay Cash in the future, you'd better keep it on the iPhone.
According to previous reports, the use of Apple Pay Cash on iPhone and iPad requires iOS 11.2 or higher version of the system. Apple Watch needs watchOS 4.2 or later to use Apple Pay Cash. This function is currently available only in the United States. Apple has not yet indicated when the service can be extended to other countries.
This Apple Pay Cash feature allows users to make quick personal transfers. The payee only needs to click short message to receive funds, which will be immediately added to the Apple Pay Cash card in his or her Wallet application. This card can be used for shopping in stores, applications and supporting websites, and can also be transferred to bank accounts in one to three working days. Apple Pay can be used for shopping.