Apple Brings Contactless Student IDs to More Universities

Apple Today’s college students rely on their ID cards for almost everything, including using them to get into the gym or to buy the cafeteria’s beloved turkey-avocado sandwich. That means losing their ID can make navigating campus difficult, and cards can be a pain to replace. Now, Apple has a way for students to integrate their ID cards into their iPhones and Apple Watches so they can buy a sandwich without the need for their physical card. Apple is expanding the program to 12 universities so more students can use the technology. Here’s what the virtual card looks like in practice: Image: Apple The expansion comes as Apple builds more uses for Apple Pay and Wallet, including last week’s launch of the Apple Card and a test... Continue reading…

Apple Brings Contactless Student IDs to More Universities

Students can quickly and easily get into their dorms and pay for lunch with their iPhone or Apple Watch (via Apple) Apple is expanding contactless student ...

Wed 14 Aug 19 from

Apple is bringing contactless student IDs to more universities this school year

Students at the University of Oklahoma, the University of Alabama, Temple University, Johns Hopkins University, Marshall University, Duke University and Mercer University already have access ...

Tue 13 Aug 19 from Techspot

Apple teams up with 12 more colleges to bring student IDs to iPhone, Apple Watch - CNET

The expansion covers more than 100,000 students.

Tue 13 Aug 19 from CNET

Apple's contactless student IDs come to 12 more schools

A new school year is approaching, and for Apple that means an expansion of its contact-free student IDs. Apple Watch and iPhone owners can tap their devices to access campus facilities ...

Tue 13 Aug 19 from Engadget

Apple brings contactless student IDs to a dozen more universities

Ahead of the upcoming school year, Apple this morning announced it’s bringing contactless student IDs in Apple Wallet to several more U.S. universities. The expansion will allow over 100,000 ...

Tue 13 Aug 19 from TechCrunch

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