Apple could rename the Wallet app's iTunes Pass with iOS 15.5. Here is everything you need to know about this.
COVID-19 vaccination recipients in the LA County can now add proof of vaccination to their Apple Wallet. Here is everything you need to know.
Apple has taken another step closer to replacing the wallet by announcing a new Apple Pay NFC feature. VP of Apple Pay Jennifer Bailey made the announcement at the TRANSACT conference in Las Vegas, which is focused on mobile payments and the technologies around them.
Apple will reportedly launch its own credit card this year according to The Wall Street Journal. Here is everything you need to know about this.
Here's how you can get and use Apple Pay in an unsupported country or with an unsupported bank anywhere in the world.
After doing away with the paper section of driving licenses last year, the British Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency is now testing a digital alternative to the ID that works with Apple Wallet.
Users restoring an iPhone 5s, 5c or 5 backup to an iPhone 6s have discovered a 'zoom bug' in the rendering of Wallet and other stock apps. Read on for details and a temporary workaround for the issue.
Like every software vendor, Apple likes to impress users of iOS with one or a number of so-called "killer" apps, and while some have gone down particularly well in recent years, others, like iOS 6's Apple Maps, have fared decidedly worse. With iOS 7 now in the works for release later this year, we're expecting some significant changes to the look and feel of the Cupertino's mobile OS in general, but aside from a lot of blogosphere-fuelled bluster, we've heard precious few details with regards to what exactly we should be expecting. Morgan Stanley's Katy Huberty has sought to shed some light on the matter by revealing that she expects the Tim Cook-led outfit to unveil a “killer app” in the form of a mobile wallet. More details can be found right after the jump.
Back at WWDC 2012, Apple announced that iOS 6 would be getting a new native app called Passbook, which, as we now know, is a utility offering an organized, digital solution for vouchers, tickets, boarding passes, and other wallet-fodder. Not to be outdone, arch-rival Samsung has just taken the wraps off a very similar utility by the name of Wallet, which looks to be an Android incarnation of Apple's fledgling offering. Having made the announcement at the big Mobile World Congress, the Korean company has also given a short video demonstration, and although the clip is only 45 seconds long, it looks as though the app offers the same functionality as the Cupertino company's earlier version.