When Apple unveiled iOS 15, it also revealed that the Wallet app will support storing digital driver's licenses and identification cards. Unfortunately, though, the feature isn't supported by all 50 states in the United States, at least not yet. Worse, the feature isn't even live quite yet, as Apple delayed the feature for sometime later this fall.
Earlier today, Apple seeded the first beta of iOS 15.1 to developers. And, as is typical, Apple is making some changes and improvements to the software. The pre-release version of the next update to the mobile operating system adds one definitely noteworthy feature to the mix. Storing vaccination cards for COVID-19 right on the device.
Arizona and Georgia will be the first US states whose residents will soon be able to securely add their driver’s license to the Wallet app on their iPhone and Apple Watch.
While Apple Pay is available in a variety of different regions all across the globe, there is still room for expansion. And Apple is working to fill in the holes (some of them very large). As it stands right now, Apple Pay support in Central America is nonexistent, but it looks like the groundwork is being laid down to change that.
Apple used its Wallet app to push deals to Apple Card holders before, but this is the first time the company has offered exclusive deals that includes one of its own services as a perk.
Ahead of a new school year starting, Apple is expanding support for mobile student IDs on the iPhone and Apple Watch. The feature has been available for a while, but there are still some schools that don't support it. But the bigger news is that availability for the feature is expanding into an entirely new market this year, too.
The iPhone's Wallet app on iOS 15 supports adding digital ID cards, with Apple apparently using facial recognition to verify your identity and validate your ID card with a selfie.
At this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple showed off one of the more oft-requested features for the Wallet app: support for drivers licenses. Apple hasn't been shy about this being one of the features it has wanted to bring to iOS for quite some time. And with iOS 15 and watchOS 8, that reality is a reality.
During its keynote event for this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple revealed a big change for its stock Wallet app. It's been requested plenty of times over the years. And the company itself has said the Wallet app is meant to, eventually, let you actually leave your physical wallet at home. And now it's one step closer.
For rewarding your child, giving them their allowance, and letting them make a purchase, you can use Apple Cash Family. This feature arrived with iOS 14 as a way for parents to digitally send money to their children and teens.
This is convenient for families who don’t walk around with wads of cash, whose kids use their money for apps or games, or spend money in stores; all with their parent’s permission of course. Here, we’ll show you the requirements for using and how to set up Apple Cash Family.
The iOS 13.4 software brings detailed Apple Card transaction history for App Store purchases and subscriptions to the Wallet app on your iPhone.