Apple will update the NFC at WWDC 2018
According to The Information, Apple at WWDC 2018 will announce the policy changes NFC, which will allow you to add new functions to devices with internal integrated circuits. For example, open doors with NFC support with the iPhone.
Rumor has it that Apple will expand the range of use of NFC when iOS release 12. It can apply to the Apple Watch, which features technology wireless frequency communication.
iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, released in 2014, was the first Apple device that supported NFC. The implementation of the technology was limited mainly to transactions with Apple Pay.
Apple employees are already using iPhone to unlock the doors in Apple Park. The access system was developed by Assa Abloy HID Global, which provides similar solutions based on NFC under Android operating system. Apple said it’s in talks with HID, to enable access to the building via NFC in iPhone 2014.
Apple is slowly but surely develops NFC. The technology was introduced almost four years ago, and now the company has expanded the feature set for wireless communication of.
For example, in 2017, Apple released watchOS 4 GymKit platform that provides two-way synchronization of data between the Apple Watch and the trainer. The process of authenticating and pairing is done via NFC.
Detailed information about the enhanced capabilities of NFC from Apple should appear together with iOS at WWDC 12 on 4 June.
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