Apple is coming up with another way to prove its worth AirTags will not be used following iOS 15.2 release. According to MacRumors, a beta version of the recently launched mobile phone featured a new feature that will allow users to search for AirTags that may be following their location. In the meantime, users can find the items at the bottom of the Items in the Find My app – all they have to do is click on “Things That May Follow Me” to download.
Anything that can be followed closely that belongs to someone else will be identified and seen as an unknown object. Apple will provide users with instructions on how to block the device being used for tracking. While it can make people feel comfortable, the new look can also be a two-edged sword. For users who hide AirTag on a bicycle, other items can be stolen and the folds of their pets can prevent them from catching the culprit and returning their belongings. The display can work very differently, however, at a time when iOS 15.2 is preparing for a major release.
For note, Apple has been changed AirTags to deal with concerns that came up in June. It changed the time the device plays the sound when separated from the owner from three days to an average time between 8 and 24 hours. This test is an additional secret method.
Another interesting feature that was introduced with the beta version of iOS 15.2 is Digital Legacy. Allows users to select people like Legacy Contacts, who will be able to access their account and digital notifications upon death. In a recent update to the mobile OS, Legacy Contact resides within Privacy and Security within the Settings program.
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