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Apple wants iPhone to be proof of identity and replace passports

[2018-08-09 12:15:05]

Apple has considered the possibility of using the iPhone as a form of identification for the user, with one proposed onboard secure storage system using RFID having the potential to use a smartphone as an alternative to a passport for travelers at ports.

Apple wants iPhone to be proof of identity and replace passports

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