Residents of Maryland can now put their driver's licenses on their iPhones.
The state is the second to add Apple Wallet compatibility to their driver's licenses and state IDs after Arizona started the feature in March.
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Marylanders can add their IDs to their iPhones by opening the Apple Wallet app, hitting the "+" button on the top right, and tapping the "Maryland State ID" option, according to Maryland's website. Users can then scan the IDs to import it, followed by a quick facial scan to confirm identity. Maryland's Motor Vehicle Administration would then need to verify the ID before it appears in the user's Apple Wallet.
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While not every airport will recognize the validity of the new digital licenses, the TSA security checkpoints at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport will support the new IDs.
At least 30 states are exploring the option of using Apple's digital IDs, according to the company. Mississippi is expected to be the next, as some developers posted pictures of a TSA digital check-in station on May 21.