Apple has the latest software update watchOS 4.2 for all Apple watch series. It support for Apple Pay Cash, when this update is on an iPhone’s iOS 11.2, will become accessible in the Wallet app on Apple Watch series and Messages app and also works with “Siri”.
This update is only available for the United States users as of now. This update was revealed first at Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2017 for launch with iOS 11; Apple Pay Cash was delayed in its launching time, also available only with the iOS 11.
Ways to Use Apple pay cash
It seems like a choice along with the Scribble option in the Messages app. You can also use Siri voice assistant to receive or send payments from your contacts person via Apple Pay Cash. Money received through Apple Pay Cash, and then you can be transferred back to your bank account.
Note: (The main thing is that while transferring funds via your debit card are free, transferring money through a credit card attracts a 3% fee.)
This watchOS 4.2 update is recognized as Build 15S102. This also adds support for faucets and HomeKit sprinklers, adds improved easy snow sports tracking for 3rd-party applications, and resolves a multiple of listening device, including one that would crash the Apple watch device when asking “Siri” about the weather report.
Apple Watch users must have at least 50 percent charge before you starting money transaction. It is also recommended to keep the device in charge while updating. Your devices will be must close nearer distance for connecting to the Apple Watch and will need to be on Wi-Fi.
After that, users will need to launch the Watch app on their iPhone and head to the receiver Watch tab and then go to General and then select Software Update. Enter your personal Watch passcode if prompted and then follow the prompts from your iPhone. Finally, your Apple watch will restart twice before the update is done.