Apple’s Tile-like tracking tags AirTags first leaked well over a year from now. However, due to multiple delays, they are yet to launch. It is possible that Apple could finally launch the AirTags in early spring.
For the past year, we have been hearing a lot about Apple’s Item Tracker. The new tracker was rumored to arrive last week, but it turned out to be a hoax. Max Weinbach and YouTuber EverythingApple Pro have revealed that AirTags could be priced at $39 and revealed some specifications.
At this point, we’re just tired of waiting for Apple to release its AirTags. Well, a team of researchers from TU Darmstadt University has taken things into their own hands and released an open-source project that can be used to build custom AirTags.
Apple is known to refresh (or launch) new devices during the months of March and April. Last year, in April 2020, Apple announced the new iPhone SE 2020. For this year, Apple seems to be on the track to launch the long-due AirTags, and a new iPad Pro.
It’s no secret that Apple has been working on a Tile-like object tracking device. Multiple leaks have been published about the device and the first references to the product date back to iOS 13. Now, a new report details why Apple might have delayed the AirTags launch.
Apple has been working on AirTags, its Tile-like tracking tags for a long time now. References to the trackers have leaked multiple times over the last year or so, with the first evidence of their existence emerging in iOS 13 itself. AirTags will integrate with Apple’s updated Find My app in iOS 14 and allow users to easily find items tagged to them. As it turns out, one can access this hidden ‘Items’ tab in iOS 14 right away.
It is a well-known secret that Apple is working on Tile like tracker. Apple was rumored to launch AirTags this year. However, it didn’t happen. Samsung is reportedly working on a Tile-like tracker that could be launched soon. Earlier this year, Samsung unveiled the SmartThings feature, and the tracker will be an extension of the same.
Apple is widely expected to announce its Tile-like tracking tags AirTags at its ‘One more thing’ event in less than 24 hours from now. Before that though, an alleged image showing the AirTag keychain has leaked on Twitter.
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