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Apple delays launch of driver’s licenses on iPhones: Talking Tech podcast

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Hey there, listeners. It’s Brett Molina. Welcome back to Talking Tech. So remember we talked about the Apple feature that was coming to the Wallet app, where it would allow iPhone owners to keep their driver’s license or their ID card on their smartphone. Turns out that feature’s going to get delayed. According to the website for iOS 15, Apple notes that the ability to add ID cards to its Wallet app for iPhones will launch in early 2022. You’ll recall when the feature was introduced earlier this year during the company’s worldwide developers conference, Apple revealed the feature would launch later this year. In September, Apple revealed the first eight states that would support the Wallet ID feature. They said they would first debut in Arizona and Georgia, and then it would follow by Connecticut, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Oklahoma, and Utah.



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