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Colorado becomes third state to support driver’s license in Apple Wallet


Colorado joins US states that support Digital ID in Apple Wallet
Residents of three U.S. states can now store their driver license and digital ID information in Apple Wallet.
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Colorado just became the third U.S. state to support digital driver’s licenses and IDs stored in an iPhone’s Wallet app. Residents of the state can now show their handset instead of a physical card in many situations where ID is required.

Apple launched its digital ID initiative back in 2021, but adoption is moving slowly. Still, multiple states have committed.

Apple Wallet’s digital driver’s licenses and IDs go live in Arizona


Apple Wallet digital IDs
A whole bunch of other states will also add support.
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Apple on Wednesday confirmed that digital driver’s licenses and IDs are now available inside the Wallet app in Arizona. Colorado, Hawaii, Mississippi, Ohio, and the territory of Puerto Rico have also pledged their support.

Cupertino first announced its latest Wallet upgrade at WWDC 2021 last June. This is the first time it has been made available to iPhone users.