What’s new in Wallet

Learn about ID cards in Wallet, Apple Pay Later, Order Tracking, and more.

ID cards presented in apps

Securely verify users in your app by integrating with the new IDs in Wallet feature. Users can simply tap a button to seamlessly present their driver’s license or state ID information in apps that require identity or age verification.1 They’ll review the data that’s being requested, if the data will be stored, and for how long. Their information will only be shared if authorized with Face ID or Touch ID.

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An iPhone displaying an example of a digital driver’s license in Wallet

Apple Pay Later

Apple Pay Later lets customers split a purchase into four equal payments over six weeks, with no interest or fees to pay. Apple Pay Later is available for purchases in apps and online when customers check out with Apple Pay.2 And it’s built into Wallet so customers can easily track what they owe and when they owe it.

By using the Mastercard network, Apple Pay Later just works with Apple Pay and requires no integration for merchants.

iPhone showing a purchase split into four biweekly payments.

Order Tracking

Detailed receipts and order tracking information for Apple Pay transactions now display in Wallet. You can notify customers about order changes and provide easy access to customer service and order management options. Use PKPaymentAuthorizationResult and include the new orderDetails properties to seamlessly add order details to Wallet once the payment is complete.3

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iPhone screen showing a history of completed and upcoming orders.