On March 3, foreign media MacRumors reported that latest news for Apple iOS 14.5 beta 3. Starting with iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5, users will be able to use Apple’s built-in Find My app. Which will be able to track selected non-Apple branded products, such as the Beats headset and the upcoming introduction Belkin. Wireless headphones.
In preparation for the launch of this feature, today Apple released iOS 14.5 Developer Preview Beta 3. A new “item” label is visible by default in the Find My app. Previously, this tab could only be accessed by switching developer settings or entering the URL scheme “findmy: // items” in Safari on iPhone or iPad. But now all users running the latest beta will automatically appear.
Gadget Pixels is informed. That Apple’s long-rumored Airtags item tracker is expected to be managed in the Find My app via the “Items” tab.
Similar to tile, airtags are expected to help users track their personal belongings. Such as their backpack or suitcase. When users are separated from tagged items. So they will receive push notifications on Apple devices. AirTags are expected to support UWB ultra-wideband. So that positioning accuracy is improved, random items are found through the Find My application, and useful augmented reality functions.
According to the news, Tile is planning to launch its own UWB item tracker to compete with AirTags.
In addition to AirTags, Apple announced at WWDC 2020 that third-party tracking accessories could be integrated into the Find My app with iOS 14.. This means that companies like Tile can work their tags with Find My Network. Apple device with features like offline tracking. Some of the Beats headphones will also be compatible with the Find My app.
Recent rumors have suggested that Apple will introduce the airtag in March. So it makes sense that Apple is giving a final twist to iOS 14.5 to make it compatible with this new accessory.
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