Your iPhone now works as a Clipper Card. Here’s how to use it

Bay Area transit riders can now pay their fare using their iPhone. The Clipper Card was added to Apple Wallet this week.

If you have a habit of losing your Clipper Card — or are just tired of fishing around for it in your purse or pockets — Apple has good news: You can now ride two-dozen Bay Area public transportation systems with a wave of your smartphone.

Officials announced Thursday that they have brought together the Clipper transit pass and Apple Wallet, meaning you’ll be able to pay your fare with an iPhone or Apple Watch.

For Android users, plans are in

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