Support has been in the works for a bit of time now, but for folks who live in San Francisco, use the area's public transportation, and want to use Apple Pay to hop on a ride, the wait is finally over.
Parisians riding on public transit can now use the Metro Smart Navigo digital cards on their iPhone or Apple Watch to buy metro passes with Apple Pay.
Apple continues to work on adding support for cards in the Wallet app in regions all across the globe. A new report says the Paris metro area might be next on the list.
New York City's Metropolitan Transport Authority (MTA) has announced that Apple Pay and other contactless payment methods are now accepted at all stations and on all buses.
Chicagoans can now use Apple's Express Transit feature to pay for bus rides and rides on the “L” train system with Apple Pay without having to wake or unlock their iPhone, or open an app.
Express Transit with Apple Pay makes it easy to use select modes of public transportation, and now folks in the Los Angeles area can take full advantage of it.
According to an official announcement, the Washington Metro now officially supports the Express Transit feature of Apple Pay after announcing upcoming support last December.
Earlier today, Apple seeded the first developer beta of iOS 13.4.5, which is starting to reveal a few of its secrets.
Aside from other discovered features, leaked iOS 14 code has indicated that the next iPhone SE, tentatively named "iPhone 9", might use a fingerprint sensor for biometrics and add support for the Express Transit feature for quickly paying for rides without validating with Touch ID.