Pay Cash: Public beta testers for iOS 11.2 can now try out the new Pay Cash feature, reports MacRumors. The new feature makes its first appearance in the second public beta of iOS 11.2. This feature allows users to easily transfer money between each other with the tech company’s payment system. This is done via the Messages app. AAPL says it plans to release the feature sometime this year.
AR Frame: A new rumor claims that an Apple supplier is working on a frame for an augmented reality (AR) device, 9to5Mac notes. According to this rumor, the supplier working on the AR frame is Catcher Technology, which already supplies cases to AAPL. The rumor says that the company is working to develop a lightweight frame that will be suitable for an AR device. This rumor comes despite claims from Tim Cook that the tech company isn’t yet ready to make a device dedicated to AR.
iPhone X Notch: iPhone X owners that hate the notch can hide it with an app, reports BGR. The new app is called Notcho and it includes several backgrounds that are made to hide the notch. It also allows users to create their own backgrounds that hide the notch. However, these will include a watermark if the person doesn’t pay the $2 in-app for the premium version. This clearly only hides the notch while on the home screen of the device, but it will still likely appeal to iPhone X owners that aren’t fans of the notch.