Yesterday, Disney had made their new MagicMobile service a bit better with the contactless Walt Disney World Park Entry option.
Currently it’s available on iPhone and Apple Watch, but it will be coming out for other mobile devices soon. The new service can be used instead of the MagicBand, which has led people to speculate that they may eventually end the service.
Personally, I think they probably make a lot of money on the MagicBands so I think they might keep it around a bit, but eventually I do agree that progress will win out.
The new MagicMobile Service will allow guests to customize and streamline their visit.
Guests can do the following:
Create a Customized Digital Pass: Guests can create their own MagicMobile pass in the My Disney Experience app and then add it to the Wallet app on iphone.
Make Entering the Parks Contactless: You can now use your iPhone, Apple Watch, and other supported smart devices to enter the park like you would with a MagicBand. Disney even made it so that using Express Mode on your Apple device can give you access without having to “wake” or “unlock” the phone.
New Features: New features have been added to the My Disney Experience app that allows you to automatically link your PhotoPass pictures and videos to your smartphone profile. You must have this set up in advance before riding the participating attractions.
Of course you can use the new MagicMobile alone or with your MagicBand.
Here’s a video from our friends at Far Beyond Infinity Travel Inc. Demonstrating some of the features!
If you enjoyed his video please give them a like and a follow! He has a lot of very helpful information. You can also book a trip with their agency Here.
I hope this information and Far Beyond Infinity Travel’s video help you understand and use the new features!
*Please note Disney MagicMobile service requires iOS 14.4 or later and watchOS 7.3 or later.
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