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Peter Fabiano Oct 24
Replying to @GearoidReidy
Gotta love Japanese webpages and flowcharts; always so thorough and filled with details, very thoughtful ;)
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rcombs Oct 24
Replying to @GearoidReidy
is it as fast as the physical card for ticket gates?
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Gearoid Reidy Oct 25
Replying to @11rcombs @Red7Racing
intrepid reporter tells me it is, though I've not had a chance to confirm myself
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rcombs Oct 25
ah, apparently there's an option to not require Touch ID for transit
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rcombs Oct 25
seems like it can't be used with a US-bought watch or phone, though :/
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Gareth Allan Oct 25
Replying to @11rcombs @GearoidReidy
presumably because the US version doesn't have the FeliCa chip
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Gareth Allan Oct 25
Replying to @11rcombs @GearoidReidy
phone doesn't even need to be awake
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Gearoid Reidy Oct 25
Replying to @Red7Racing @11rcombs
can the phone be turned off/out of power?
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Gareth Allan Oct 25
Replying to @GearoidReidy @11rcombs
no idea. But your Suica card doesn't have a power source, so guess it's possible
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rcombs Oct 25
both the US and the JP versions of the iPhone have the NXP 67V04 NFC/FeLiCa controller
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rcombs Oct 25
the Apple Watch Series 2 uses the same controller, and doesn't even have an alternate model number for Japan
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Gareth Allan Oct 25
Replying to @11rcombs @GearoidReidy
stand corrected.
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