iOS 11's drag and drop largely obviates these limitations: if you want to run actions for an image in Workflow 1.7.7, you just need to drag the image and drop it into an existing workflow. Once a user accepts a payment through the system, Apple will issue the recipient a virtual Apple Pay Cash card where the funds are stored for future use.
Last weekend it emerged some iOS users are struggling with an issue so rudimentary, it made a mockery of Apple's cutting edge mobile technology.
Apple Pay Cash uses the debit or credit card linked to your Apple Pay account.
Apple provided a workaround and promised a fix was on the way and it appears that fix will be here sooner rather than later. The improvements include a person-to-person payment option with Apple Pay on iMessage, as well as the Apple Pay Cash card.
To send or receive money, both parties must be running the appropriate iOS 11 software. Send and receive from across the table - or across the country.
There's no fee for debit card transactions, while an "industry standard" fee will apply for money funded with credit cards.
The feature, which likely will be available to all once iOS 11.2 and watchOS 4.2 see a public rollout, will show up in Messages as an "Apple Pay" button in the apps section, which when pressed, allows you to initiate a payment.
The most-awaited peer-to-peer money transfer feature is been introduced in iOS 11.2 beta 2 right in the messages app.
A consortium of banks, including Bank of America, Capital One, Citi, Chase, TD Bank, U.S. Bank and Wells Fargo among others, recently partnered to create their own service called Zelle as part of their own bid for this lucrative market.
Be warned though, with mobile notifications enabled, you will be receiving a notification when each store gets stock, so that may clutter your lock screen.