Apple Releases iOS 11.2, Launching Apple Pay Cash, Faster Wireless Charging, More

Apple Releases iOS 11.2, Launching Apple Pay Cash, Faster Wireless Charging, More

Apple Releases iOS 11.2, Launching Apple Pay Cash, Faster Wireless Charging, More

Apple has officially released the new Apple iOS 11.2 update for iOS devices such as iPhone and iPad. The constant updates came to fix certain issues encountered by users. But like every other iOS release, some might not find the update in good taste for several reasons.

Downgrade iOS 11.2 on iPhone, iPad and iPod.

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Update your device to iOS 11.2.

For iPhone X, iOS 11.2 brings a new indicator for Control Center. If you're unable to update, contact Apple support for help.

Some users have had some issues with the autocorrect feature. And if one has, then one needs to wait until Apple offers some solution for the bug, until that time there are two options out of which a user can choose one that may be the least tiring.

Apple released an iOS update in the middle of the night (Cupertino time). iOS 11.2 brings Apple Pay Cash, but the feature is not live yet. The update is now rolling out to users but in case you don't get it, go to settings and disable notifications as a temporary fix to the problem. The new peer-to-peer payments service will allow persons to transfer money easily. It can also be used to make payments to companies.

Tap an app, then turn off Allow Notifications.

The release notes for other countries outside of the U.S. include a description of Apple Pay Cash, but Apple has never announced plans to expand to other countries to date. The feature can be accessed through a dedicated iMessage app in Messages. It also includes support for faster wireless charging on iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus with 7.5W Qi chargers.

Apart from this, the update fixes all the bugs and other minor issues on the phone.

So you should update your phone when you get a minute before you encounter this weird clock crash.

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