First Schools Use iPhones and Apple Watches As Student IDs

Three major universities today started allowing students to use their iPhone or Apple Watch as a student ID instead of a physical card. Students add the ID to their Apple wallet on their iPhone and can then access things like the dorms, library, lunch plans, and so on.

This could be the beginning of digital IDs replacing physical ones across the board, including possibly state driver’s licenses and passports. With Apple Pay and similar services replacing forms of payment in more than half of U.S. retail locations, our phones may soon completely replace our wallets.

Comments: One Response to “First Schools Use iPhones and Apple Watches As Student IDs”

    Sanket
    10/4/18 @ 3:22 am

    Thats really great ! That way no one will forget ID anymore !

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