Johns Hopkins University is one of six schools partnering with Apple to digitize their student ID cards, the technology giant announced at the 2018 Worldwide Developers Conference last week.
The Apple Watch’s new watchOS 5 operating system will allow students and faculty to access their ID cards digitally with Apple Wallet. Johns Hopkins said in a statement that the technology will also be compatible with iPhones.
“With a raise of the wrist, students can gain access to places including the library, dorms and events, and pay for snacks, laundry and dinners around campus simply by adding their ID cards to Wallet on Apple Watch,” said Apple in a
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