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iPhone users can share car keys in Wallet with non-iPhone users • TechCrunch

Apple iPhone users with iOS 16.1 software can now share car keys in their wallet with non-iPhone users, starting with Google Pixel devices. In the future, this capability will expand to other devices with Android 12+, according to Apple.

Apple says it has worked with the Internet Engineering Task Force and other industry players to establish a standard for sharing digital keys between platforms. Keys can be shared via email, SMS and WhatsApp.

When Apple first launched digital car keys in 2020, iPhone users could share their keys through iMessage, Apple’s instant messaging service.

Of course, key sharing only works on cars compatible with digital car keys. Apple did not share a list of compatible cars and instead asked users to contact their automaker or dealership for an answer. As far as we know, there are several 2021 and 2022 BMW models that can be unlocked and operated via digital car keys on iPhones, Google Pixels, Samsung Galaxy devices. Digital car keys from Apple and Google have also recently arrived on the 2022 Kia Niro, 2022 Genesis G90 and all-electric 2022 Genesis GV60.

Apple’s digital car keys can usually be added to Apple Watch (Series 5 or later or Apple Watch SE) with the latest version of watchOS, according to an article from Apple. It’s unclear if this cross-platform capability will be available to Apple Watch users at this time.

Apple’s digital car keys are one of the company’s many features that allow users to carry less. Perhaps one of the company’s most popular examples is Apple Pay, which syncs a user’s credit, debit or prepaid card to their phone. Additionally, iPhone users in some states can now keep their driver’s license or ID card in their wallet, and at select Hyatt hotels, users can unlock their rooms with a digitally stored key.

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