It's safe to say that Apple's iOS 11 has been one of the buggiest updates ever pushed out by the company.
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The bugs addressed in iOS 11.2 include a flaw that prevented users from deleting photos when iCloud storage was full and one that caused the calculator to return incorrect results if numbers are entered too quickly.
In addition to fixing the date bug, iOS 11.2 starts the rollout of Apple Pay Cash. You're immediately prompted to choose the amount of money in question, and whether you want to request or send it. Those who receive money through Apple Pay Cash can spend it through Apple's Wallet app or transfer the money to a linked bank account.
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You use it by setting up a digital Apple Pay Cash card on your phone.
Apple Pay Cash is finally starting to roll out to users in the States, bringing the ability to send other iOS users payments directly through iMessage. It's possible that Apple will formally activate Apple Pay Cash later this week.
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It would appear that part of the problem stems from Apple hurrying out the upgrade to iOS 11.2, which Cupertino pushed out to squash a bug that was causing severe iPhone crashes due to problems with the date changing from December 1 to December 2.