Apple’s digital student ID will be available for some schools in Canada and the United States
Apple’s digital student ID will be available for some schools in Canada and the United States. As schools prepare to reopen, Apple is working to make IDs out of touch.
The software was first rolled out in 2018 and has been modified to make it available in Canada. In 2021, the University of New Brunswick and Seridan College in Toronto will allow students to attach their ID cards to Apple Wallet and use the iPhone and Apple Watch to pay for meals and other benefits on campus.
The software will be used by the University of Urbana, the University of Northern Arizona, the University of Maine and the State University of Mexico in the United States. It will take some time for all schools to adopt the idea of digital cards. The company also found that students have been using Apple Wallet more since April.