The new iMac and the new iPad Pro were clearly the most spectacular goods of the night on April 21st, during Apple’s spring conference in the early hours of today morning. The new look and significant performance improvements are both welcome additions. However, the roughly 10,000 yuan price tag is still prohibitive for average working-class people, but Apple has also produced a device called Air Tags that can be used at night.
Information about this product began to circulate last year, but Samsung released its own SmartTag next door, and Apple did not formally release its Air Tags until today. This device has Apple’s U1 chip, is Bluetooth-enabled, and supports NFC touch pairing.
Air Tags will be an excellent answer to the problem of users misplacing their belongings. Physically link the Air Tags and the things you frequently forget where you put them after pairing. Air Tags will remind you through the built-in speaker if you search the APP or directly say “Hey Siri, where did I put XX” to Siri. You may also use ultra-wideband technology to pinpoint the location of Air Tags if they are close by.
What if Air Tags are lost outside the range of the phone’s Bluetooth signal? Apple obtains the Bluetooth signal from Air Tags and sends the location information to iCloud via other devices in the search network. By searching up their Air Tags on the map in the APP, users may see where they are. Many people are strong in this way.
Will others, on the other hand, utilize a product that can convey location data? Apple, which values privacy, is clearly not going to allow this to happen. Air Tags does not keep track of your location. When sending location data, it is always kept private. This is Air Tags, and only you are aware of it. If you wish to monitor someone else using Air Tags, the tracked person’s iPhone will detect the unfamiliar Air Tags and alert the user. However, there was no discussion of how to safeguard Android users from being monitored at the press conference.
This product costs 229 yuan when purchased individually, but just 779 yuan when purchased as a set of four.
APPLE’S UPCOMING AIRTAG TRACKERS WILL HAVE 7 UNIQUE FEATURES
Apple might be on the verge of releasing its long-rumored AirTags, a rival to the popular Tile trackers that utilize a Bluetooth connection to help you locate lost gadgets. What will you be able to accomplish with your iPhone, iPad, or Mac with Apple’s AirTags? Continue reading to learn about seven unique features rumored for AirTags.
- Mode of Disappearance
When your item is lost and you can’t find it, AirTags may feature a Lost Mode that you may utilize. The AirTag will send a signal that adjacent iPhone users will be able to identify when it is in Lost Mode. When an iPhone user approaches your misplaced item, the AirTag owner’s contact information is sent to their phone. The person who found the AirTag can then call the owner and inform them of its whereabouts.
- Find My Integration Is Easy
Owners may connect an AirTag to another object and use the Find My app on their iPhone, iPad, or Mac to locate it. The AirTags don’t require third-party software like Tile since they’re built right into the Apple ecosystem. This is a significant advantage for iPhone, iPad, and Mac users.
- Virtual and Augmented Reality
Apple’s AirTags system is likely to include augmented reality. When you lose your AirTag, the Find My app may employ augmented reality to help you find it. It’s rumoured that it’ll utilize balloon assets to show you exactly where an item is. “Walk about several feet and move your iPhone up and down until a balloon comes into view,” states a string in Apple’s iOS 13 code.
- Beacons of Sound
The Find My app uses sound to help you locate a misplaced AirTag. These auditory cues will alert you when you’re approaching your AirTag, when it’s within arm’s reach, or when you’re heading in the wrong direction.
- Locations that are secure
Apple AirTags will include a boundary function that will alert you when your AirTag has left this secure area. You could, for example, attach an AirTag to your remote and use it to define a border in your living room. You will receive a warning message if someone takes the remote and wanders into another room.
- Resistant to Water
There’s still a lot we don’t know about the AirTags, but reports say they’re waterproof, allowing you to use them in damp environments or on wet goods.
- Battery that can be recharged
Apple is also considering whether to utilize a CR2032 coin battery that can be replaced or a rechargeable battery. If Apple chooses to take the rechargeable way, it may include a puck-shaped charger similar to the Apple Watch.
In a recent Tweet, Apple leaker Jon Prosser said that Apple’s AirTags are “still on for March.” Prosser went on to say that he hasn’t “heard of any additional delays this time,” implying that Apple has ironed out all the issues and is on track to release the smartphone next month.
This information backs with another recent claim from Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who said last month that the AirTags will be released in 2021.
Along with the AirTags, Apple is expected to release an upgraded version of the iPad Pro. Mini-LED illumination is believed to be the most major upgrade to the iPad Pro. This mini-LED technology extends the battery life and raises the brightness of the screen. Apple may possibly release a new processor to increase performance, but the tablet’s general appearance is believed to remain same.