Wallet is the new name for Passbook in iOS 9. Just like it did back when it was first introduced back in 2012, wallet acts as a single repository for all the movie and sports tickets, loyalty and payment cards, boarding passes, coupons, and other passes generated by all the compatible apps on your iPhone, iPod touch, and Apple Watch.
Since 2014, it's also served as the home of Apple Pay, collecting all your credit and debit cards as well. With iOS 9, Wallet will also gain support for store and loyalty cards.
13 July 2015
After the radical redesign of iOS 7, which gave us a cleaner, more physical experience, and the functional revolution of iOS 8, which extended and continued that experience beyond apps and devices, iOS 9 promises us just two simple, profound things—to polish everything that's come before, and to take the first steps towards what comes next.
Frequently Asked Questions
16 September 2015
iOS 9 arrives later today, and boy is it packed with awesome goodness! You probably have questions, and we have your answers: Here's our complete FAQ!
17 November 2015
Apple Pay — or Pay if you're fancy — is Apple's mobile payment service. It stores your credit and debit card information on a Secure Element and lets you use it to pay online via apps on the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air 2, or iPad mini 3, or in-store via near-field communications (NFC) on the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, and even with the Apple Watch and any of the iPhones 5 or 6.
16 November 2015
Siri and Wallet from the lock screen are incredibly convenient—but they're not secure!
Apple's voice assistant, Siri, can provide information and execute commands even from the lock screen. With the iPhones 6s, it can even be activated by your voice alone...