So cool! Soon, you can unlock house, car doors with iPhone – here is what report says

Open the door using iPhones

Apple is preparing for a large-scale development. iPhones will soon help to open the door of your car and house. Some reports suggest that Apple has been working on providing large-scale upgrades to its NFC devices.

Apple is now able to pay charges through NFC chips on iPhones. The information suggests that Apple’s employees are already using these new features.

It is also said that the smart locks in their offices are being opened using that feature. In that sense, using Bluetooth and NFC in iPhones seems to be a safe choice to open doors.

Apple has been working with HMD Global to deliver this new feature on iPhones. And it seems that Apple is negotiating with a transits card maker, the Cubic Company.

Now Japan, some parts of China, from London and a few US cities can make payments through Apple Pay. But using the transit cards delivered by Cubic to iPhones, millions of people around the globe can enjoy this service.

The report informs that this new NFC service will be announced in WWDC in June. After this feature has come into use, you can download and use this software update, even on older iPhones that were made in 2014 or earlier.

Recently, Apple has solved another issue of the media’s digital magazine service. According to Bloomberg, a newsletter that applies to Apple News that will soon be launched.

This subscription is currently available for $ 9.99 per month and can get more than 200 magazines. The company is expected to be able to integrate the organization and Apple News staff to offer its premium service. This advanced Apple News application is expected to be introduced in the next year. Thereby, a portion of the revenue is to be shared with companies that offer online magazine service as a boot initiative.

Apple is planning to get more revenue by giving users the latest news and offering new and simplified services. This can also compensate the company’s losses recently. Prior to this, the company was ordered to pay $ 502.6 million to the company holding the VHS, under the laws of copyright infringement. It was noted by the judges in Texas that the Apple Company was found to be patent infringers of secure communication.

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