With Apple's Wallet app, you can save your boarding passes, concert tickets, gym membership, movie stubs, and reward cards in one place on your iPhone, which you can quickly double-click on the Start or Page buttons. Unfortunately, a decent number of passports are not officially supported – but that does not mean that you can not add them anyway.
Although nearly eight years old, many apps have rejected support for the Wallet app. CVS, Ikea, Target and Whole Foods are some big names. And to get your passports, you'll need to unlock your iPhone, open the app, sign up (if you have not already) and find your bonus code to scan. If you do not use the app for anything other than this, it will only consume unused space.
Some apps in the App Store say "Wallet" in the section Supports but that's not the case. It means that it does what you want. You may be able to add a loyalty card, but not a payment or gift card. Or you can add a business credit card, but not a loyalty or gift card. Or it may be impossible to find out exactly what Wallet "supports".
Instead of addressing all these issues, you can use Pass2U Wallet to add unsupported iOS maps and passes on iOS.
: Install Pass2U Wallet
Begin installing Pass2U Wallet from MicroMacro Mobile Inc. The app requires iOS 10.0 or later and has a Pro version for $ 1.99 that lets you view ads To remove backup and recovery passes from Google Drive. Share passages, edit field captions, and more. For this manual you only need the free version.
After you install the app, you will need to find unsupported physical or online maps or passports that you want to add to Apple Wallet. Before you add it, you should check if the app supports Apple Wallet or not, as you may want to use it instead. If that's the only reason you're installing the app, it may not be worth the effort.
To check if your cards or passports are compatible, go to Wallet, scroll down and tap "Edit Passport." Search for Wallet Apps and see if there is an app with which you can add your specific cards or passports to wallet. As mentioned earlier, you can also manually search the app in the App Store to see if "Wallet" is in the Supports section. However, it may not be supported as desired.
If your cards or passports are not actually supported, open Pass2U Wallet on your iPhone and click "Start Now." begin. If you wish to add a pass, you can add a boarding pass, coupon, event ticket, loyalty card or generic pass. In the bottom right corner, tap the plus sign (+) and select one of the following options. See the screenshots for more information.
This first option allows you to select an existing card or passport template created by other Pass2U Wallet users. Aside from tapping on "Apply Pass Template," you can click the three-stroke menu in the top left corner and view existing templates in "Pass Store." Templates are sorted by popular, new and created by you. Tap a template and you'll be prompted to create a Pass2U Wallet account. You must do this if you want to use a template.
If you're yours If you have created an account and the template is selected, you may need to provide information such as name, membership number, phone, website, member since and more, depending on the card type or passport.  The most important part of course is the barcode, which you can either enter or scan with your camera. Open the camera by tapping the barcode icon under Barcode Code . Click "Done" to create your passport and click "Add" to put it in your wallet.
If the card or pass you want to add does not have a template, you can use this option to open your camera's camera and scan for a barcode. The app can only scan 1D barcodes (Code 128) or 2D barcodes (QR code, Aztec code and PDF417). Once the camera opens, scan the code. If successful, a pop-up will appear asking if you want to convert the barcode to Apple Wallet Pass format. Click "Yes" and then select a passport type.
Fill in the card or passport. Depending on the type of passport (mine is a business card), you may need to enter the name of the passport / card, the expiration date, the name of the cardholder, the address and other information. You can even change the color of the passport. When you're done, tap Done and you can add the new passport to your wallet.
If you can not scan the barcode for any reason, use this option to scan it manually. Select the type of barcode you want to add and enter the number under the barcode on your physical or online barcode. Card or your passport. Choose the right barcode type: Code 128 (most commonly used barcodes), QR Code or Code 39 (available only in the Pro version). Enter the code number and press "Add to Pass2U Wallet". Select the type of passport (an event ticket) and enter a name for the passport, logo, seat, event time, venue and other information.
If You If you tap on the empty area under "Event Location", a map is displayed in which you can enter the event address if applicable. The address will be displayed on your passport as a convenient reminder. When you're done, tap "Done" in the upper right corner and then tap "Add" to put the card in your wallet.
Your last option is to scan a barcode from a screenshot in the Photos library on your iPhone. This is useful for tickets, passes and tickets that are only available online. Find the screenshot in your photos and the app will scan it and recognize the barcode. Tap "Confirm" to continue.
You can edit the map information. These include the expiration date, the name of the cardholder, an address and much more. Tap "Done" to create your passport and click "Add" to add it to your wallet.
Any pass or card is a separate passport or card in the Apple Wallet app. So, if you use the double-click button on the home page or on the Apple Wallet opening page. If you did not enable the link, open the Wallet app. See each pass or card as an individual card to choose from