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Apple to launch digital ID and CNH linked to iPhone in 2022

Apple to launch digital ID and CNH linked to iPhone in 2022

Originally announced at WWDC 2021, Apple announced that the feature will allow you to use the Wallet app to store your digital ID.

The new driver’s license/digital ID feature from An apple It won’t be until “early 2022,” according to an Apple iOS 15 page update released by MacRumors.

The change came after news that Apple is seeking strict control over how the document is implemented. The novelty covers the United States. It is expected to reach other countries in the future.

Originally announced at WWDC 2021, Apple announced that the feature will allow you to use the Wallet app to store your digital ID for use at airport security checkpoints.

It is clear that the system depends on the support of each state and state. The company announced that Arizona and Georgia will be the first to allow citizens to add their driver’s licenses to their phones, but it didn’t say exactly when this would happen.

Earlier this month, a report showed how restricted Apple’s contracts with the countries selected to lead the program are. CNBC said the contracts have “unique criteria” on how countries make the software available, how they report on its success, and even when the software is released and which hardware they can mark as compatible. States, and therefore taxpayers, are also responsible for funding the program, although Apple chooses when to release it.

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