What you need to know
- Florida is rolling out a new app that allows residents to store a digital version of their ID.
- The state says it is working with Apple to bring its ID to the Wallet app as well.
- Apple announced support for digital IDs at WWDC in June.
Florida might be one of the first states in the United States to support digital identification.
As reported by Florida Politics, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles has announced that residents could soon download a digital copy of their driver's license to an app as soon as next month.
FLHSMV motorist modernization director Terrence Samuel also revealed that the state is working with Apple to bring its digital IDs to the iPhone's Wallet app.
Apple announced that it was looking to bring IDs to the Wallet app at WWDC back in June. The move would allow people to store a digital version of their driver's license that could be used in place of a physical one. The company said that the TSA would be one of the first places to accept the digital ID and that states would be added one by one.
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