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Hello, we are iOS News And More, an iOS community that gives you always the latest iOS news. We were established on December 31, 2016.

We don’t post news on our website, but only on social media. In the beginning we were only active on Twitter, but we are now also expanded to Instagram and YouTube. We will add several more social media accounts in the future.

The content of our posts is always related to iOS, the software platform of the iPhone, iPad and iPod. We post new features of iOS updates and we let you know if Apple releases a new iOS (beta) update. Apart from iOS updates we post also tips & tricks on iOS, game or app launch dates and in the future also app and game reviews.

Our ambition is to become one of the biggest iOS communities of the world that provides you news, support, tips and reviews. Every follower helps us to reach that goal.

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AppleOS News is part of iOS News And More. We post always a new list of all the current Apple software platforms versions. When Apple releases a new update, we update our list and post another update post with all the new software updates.

We post the current beta versions and the versions for everyone (not beta) of iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS.

Thank you for following us and keeping your device up to date.

The iOS News And More Team.


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Black Friday Deals

Black Friday 2017 was a great day with many app discounts. See you next year for Black Friday Deals.


Apple will announce the new features of iOS 12 during its WWDC18 which will take place in the beginning of June 2018. At that day Apple will also release the first developer beta for developers. In July 2018 public beta testers will be able to download the first public beta. Then in September 2018 iOS 12 will be available for everyone.

Which devices are compatible?

It’s difficult to predict which devices will be compatible with iOS 12. But we think that Apple will make these devices compatible:
iPhone 6 and later iPhone SEiPad mini 3 and lateriPad Air and lateriPod Touch 6th generation
The official list confirmed by Apple will be available in June 2018.

The new features

Apple will announce the new features during the WWDC18. But you can now vote on your favorite functions which we will discuss in our wishlist at Monday December 4.

Amazing concepts

Here we will list all the beautiful concepts. Click on the photo to view the concept on the official website of the designer.

What is Apple Pay Cash

Apple Pay Cash is Apple’s first peer-to-peer payment system. Apple Pay Cash features deep integration with the iMessage app, Siri and watchOS. There’s a $3,000 limit per transaction but there isn’t extra fee.

Apple Pay Cash is an easy way to send and receive funds to and from other iOS users who also have the feature enabled and installed iOS 11.2 or above. So share this post with your friends if you wat that your friends know how to enable (and use) Apple Pay Cash. iDrop News wrote a helpful guide with clear steps, that we share with you. Here’s how to set it up and use it.

Enable Two-Factor Authentication

First of all, Apple Pay Cash requires that your Apple ID has two-factor authentication enabled. If that extra security feature isn’t turned on, you won’t see Apple Pay Cash as an option even if you have the appropriate version of iOS 11.2. Here’s how to enable two-factor authentication.

1. Go to Settings → (Your Name) → Password & Security in iOS.
2. Tap the Turn On Two-Factor Authentication button.
3. Enter and verify the trusted phone number you’d like to use to receive authentication codes.

Set up the Cash Card

Once two-factor authentication is set up, you’re now free to enable Apple Pay Cash and set up your Cash card. In iOS 11.2, use the following steps.

1. Open Settings.
2. Navigate to Wallet & Apple Pay.
3. Toggle Apple Pay Cash to On.
4. You’ll see the Apple Pay Cash below. It should say “Not set up.” Tap on it.
5. Tap on Continue and agree to the terms & conditions.
6. At this point, you’ll need to connect Apple Pay with a bank debit card or a credit card (although a debit card is recommended).
7. Just scan your debit card with the camera, and you’ll be set.

Add Funds to the Cash Card

To fully use Apple Pay Cash (in other words, to be able to send funds), you’ll need to add money to your Cash card in Wallet. Here’s how to do that.

1. Go to Settings → Wallet & Apple Pay.
2. Tap on Apple Pay Cash.
3. Tap on Add Money.
4. Select the amount of money you’d like to add from your linked debit card.
5. Tap Add.
6. Authenticate using Touch ID (or Face ID if you’re on an iPhone X).

Send Funds with Apple Pay Cash

Once you’re Apple Pay Cash is set up, you’re free to use the feature with other iOS users who have the payment system enabled.

As an example, if you’d like to send funds to one of your friends, here’s how to do it.

1. Open a thread in Messages.
2. Select the App Store icon.
3. In the Messages App Drawer, tap on the new Apple Pay icon. It should be next to the App Store icon itself.
4. Tap on the dollar sign, and type in the amount you’d like to send.
5. Select the Send option.
6. Now, you should see an Apple Pay preview in an unsent text.
7. To send the money, tap Send.
8. Authenticate via Touch ID or Face ID.

Request Funds with Apple Pay Cash

To request funds from another Apple Pay Cash user, the process is just as easy.

1. In an iMessage thread, tap App Store → Apple Pay.
2. Tap the dollar sign and the amount you’d like to request.
3. Tap on Send.
4. When the other user sends you cash, just tap Accept on the incoming Apple Pay preview in the iMessage thread.

Once the money is in your Cash card in Wallet, you can use it to send additional peer-to-peer payments, use it at online or brick-and-mortar retailers who support Apple Pay, or withdraw it to your connected bank account.

Smart Conversation Detection

In addition to the basic functionality of Apple Pay Cash (above), an Apple Pay Cash transaction can also be enabled just by normal text.

For example, if you text your friend “I owe you $20,” Messages will automatically underline the dollar amount. From here, you can tap on that underlined amount and trigger an easy cash transaction.

Of course, this works if your friend texts you the same thing. If you’d like to be a bit more forward, you can simply text “you owe me $25” and tap on the dollar amount to trigger a cash request.