TechnologyApple teams up with 12 more colleges to bring student IDs to iPhone, Apple Watch
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Students at another 12 universities will soon be able to add their student IDs to their Apple Watches and iPhones to pay for meals and transportation and access buildings on campus, Apple said Tuesday.. The additions will let more than 100,000 students use their
"We know students love this feature,"Jennifer Bailey, Apple's vice president of Internet Services, said in. "Our university partners tell us that since launch, students across the country have purchased 1.25 million meals and opened more than 4 million doors across campuses by just tapping their iPhone and Apple Watch."
Apple’s tap-to-use student IDs let pupils buy food and badge into their dorms
One less card to carry
The latest universities working with Apple to offer contactless student IDs are: Arkansas State University, Chowan University, Clemson, Georgetown, Louisburg College, Norfolk State and South Dakota State, as well as the University of Kentucky and of North Alabama, San Francisco, Tennessee and Vermont.
Contactless student IDs are already available for Apple Wallet users at Duke University, Johns Hopkins, Marshall, Mercer and Temple, as well as the University of Oklahoma and of Alabama.
Apple said it is also adding support for campus credentialing outfits CBORD, Allegion and HID, and that school credentials on the iPhone and Apple Watch are protected by two-factor authentication.
T-Mobile will give Apple Card owners higher in-store cashback.
T-Mobile has announced a partnership with Apple to offer up to three percent cashback on in-store purchases for customer's who use the new Apple Card. The company said it's "the only wireless provider to offer three percent Daily Cash on Apple Card," and will apply that to the iPhone 11, Watch Series 5 and any other in-store purchases. It will also offer three percent cash back for "one-time bill payments" if you use Apple Card with Apple Pay in T-Mobile stores. T-Mobile is also offering 50 percent off the latest iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max models with eligible trade-ins, though you'll probably want to check the fine print before you jump on that.
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