Apple releases watchOS 4.2, includes Apple Pay Cash service for Apple Watch

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Date: Wednesday, December 6th, 2017, 03:41
Category: Apple Watch, Finance, HomeKit, News, retail, Software, Wearables

You can now use your Apple Watch to send and receive money via the new Apple Pay Cash service.

Apple on Tuesday launched watchOS 4.2 for the Apple Watch, allowing for this feature.

The final release comes after four beta builds were issued to developers and public testers. Apple Pay Cash began rolling out on iOS devices on Monday.

The Apple Pay Cash service can be found via a button within Messages. Here, users can quickly authorize and send payments from their Apple Watch without needing to use an iPhone.

The release is identified as Build 15S102. The update also adds support for HomeKit sprinklers and faucets, adds enhanced downhill snow sports tracking for third-party apps, and resolves a variety of bugs, including one that would crash Siri when asking about the weather.

watchOS 4.2 requires a connected iPhone running iOS 11.2 to install and run.

watchOS 4.2 can be installed from the Apple Watch app for iPhone.

If you’ve tried watchOS 4.2 and have any feedback to offer, please let us know what you make of it in the comments.

Via AppleInsider

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