At end October, 35.3 percent of Apple's installed base customers across Europe and the U.S. had owned their iPhones for more than two years, up from 30.1 percent the year before, signifying "considerable pent-up demand" within Apple's base, Kantar said. If you're on iOS 11.2 and are living in a region where the service is available, you should see an Apple Pay Cash toggle. This feature was initially introduced in WWDC 2017, now finally every Apple Watch users can enjoy the same. But since Apple Pay Cash transactions happen on Messages, you might presume it's only limited to iPhones and iPads. The feature allows users in the United States with an up-to-date iPhone to send money to other iPhone users through the company's Messages app.
GOP state lawmaker suggests Democrat who touched him may be gay
Metcalfe tells the Philadelphia Inquirer that Bradford has been "continually" reaching out and touching him for months. Bradford was clearly taken aback at the chastising from Metcalfe, who is the committee chair.
Apple customers who don't already have Apple Pay set up on their supported device can still receive money from friends and family without needing to install a new app or add a card to Wallet. The debit card transfers are free and the credit card transfer will attract up to 3 percent charges. If rebooting doesn't help, you may want to contact Apple support.
Newborn wrongly declared dead last week by Delhi hospital, dies
Following the medical negligence, Delhi's Max Hospital sacked two doctors in connection with the horrific case. The newborn who was wrongly declared dead by a private hospital in Delhi passed away on Wednesday.
How to update to the latest operating system on Apple Watch?
The one hard requirement is that both sender and receiver should be on iOS 11.2 on their iPhone or iPad. If there is no notification panel, then head towards my watch tab General Software update to update the same. The Apple users can even ask Siri to make a payment.
Mosaic Family Wealth LLC Acquires 2601 Shares of Intel Corporation
Bernstein set a $30.00 target price on shares of Intel and gave the stock a "sell" rating in a report on Tuesday, August 15th. The chip maker reported $1.01 earnings per share for the quarter, beating analysts' consensus estimates of $0.80 by $0.21.