Yes, but unlike Android and Windows, IOS is restricted to 'native reading of URL data only'. IOS can now write NFC tags so long as IOS 13 is running on a iPhone 7 or above. Other ways of reading and writing include using a encoder with your PC or Mac and using our recommended free reading app 'Simply NFC' App.
The only NFC writing app we recommend at the moment is NFC Tools for IOS - until Simply NFC release their next update with the write feature.
A breakdown of iPhones to see what each can do with NFC.
|iPhone Xs or above||Native read URL - write||NDF Encoding - IOS 13+|
|iPhone X||App required to read-write||NDF Encoding - IOS 13+|
|iPhone 8 - 8 plus||App required to read-write||NDF Encoding - IOS13+|
|iPhone 7 - 7 plus||App required for read-write||NDF Encoding- IOS13+|
Note Although iPhone 6 and 6 SE can use the internal NFC for making payments, these phone's cannot in fact read NFC tags.
The iPhone (from 7) are able to read NFC chips like: