According to some new findings from MacRumors, Apple is currently developing a Bluetooth tracker like the Tile accessory. The tracker will help users find their items, such as wallets, keys, and more. The site has an internal version of iOS 13, which includes images and other details about such accessories. The image shows a small label with a round shape and an Apple logo in the middle. There is no guarantee that the final product will look like this, so don't use a pinch of salt.
Earlier this year, the 9to5Mac also shared a similarly similar image. The latest image obtained by MacRumors belongs to the label with the code "B389". The label also comes with a description of its use case. Strings describe products that can be tagged with items and help track them. These tags work with the Find My app available in iOS 13. The new "Find My" app will merge the old "Find My iPhone" and "Find My Friends" apps
Also found that the internal version of iOS 13 has an 'Items' tab in Find My app. This tab will be used to track items tagged with the Bluetooth tracker. Depending on the string found in the application, a notification is sent to the user when the user is separated from the tagged item. The user can then find the item using the Find My app. The label will beep or make a loud noise to help with positioning. Users can also share the location of items that have been placed in a secure location. In this case, the project will not emit any noise.
Tags can also be used to place items in "lost mode", which will notify other iPhone users of their location. It will provide contact information for the owner of the item and send a notification to the owner when someone else finds the item. MacRumors also believes that Apple will use AR to track items. The tag will have a detachable battery and will also send a low battery warning and the final location of the item before the item dies. Apple may announce these new accessories at the upcoming iPhone 11 event, but we may be wrong.
Apple is using a Bluetooth tracker to help users find their items: report Reviewed by Mobile Haat on September 05, 2019 Rating: