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Apple Wallet ticket sharing is becoming more like NameDrop

iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max arranged on a metal background.
Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge

With iOS 17.2, you’ll be able to share passes from the Wallet app by bringing two iPhones next to each other, according to MacRumors. I haven’t tested the feature myself, but it sounds a lot like Apple’s NameDrop contact-sharing tool it introduced with the first release of iOS 17.

If you’re looking at a pass or ticket in the Wallet app and you bring your iPhone next to another running iOS 17.2, you’ll see a “share” button appear at the bottom of your screen, MacRumors says. Tap that to pass the pass over AirDrop.

Note that you can already share passes from within Wallet. When looking at a pass, you can tap the share icon at the top of the screen to see ways to send it to other people, like through Messages or the traditional AirDrop…

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