Apple delays digital ID cards update

The company first announced this feature at WWDC 2021. At the time, the company said it would let you add your car’s driver’s license or ID card to AppleWallet, just like a credit or debit card. Initial locations to support the feature will include selected Transportation Security Administration (TSA) checkpoints at some US airports.

At these locations, you will have the option to use your iPhone or Apple Watch to present your identity. You’ll do this by tapping an ID reader on your device, and you won’t have to hand over your iPhone or AppleWatch to an employee.

In September, the company announced that eight states will support the feature at launch: first Arizona and Georgia, followed by Connecticut, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Oklahoma, and Utah. The company said it will offer support to other locations, excluding these regions, later.

As of early 2022, Apple did not share a specific release date for the feature. What is clear is that it won’t come with iOS 15.2. This update is currently in beta testing and does not include support for storing digital IDs. When the feature works without any problems in certain regions, it will be made available in a global version.

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