When Apple released its updated Siri Remote along with The new Apple TV 4K, there was a well-known question: why did Apple not offer the same ultrabandband expertise that you find inside Instructions? The company finally has a description, though it may not interest you. Apple VP Tim Twerdahl said MobileSyrup in interview that there is no need to follow as much as AirTag’s since it not only stays at home, but is enough so that “it won’t fall into your bed seats too much.” You can’t throw it away first, in a way.
It would not be surprising if there were more. UWB support can increase long-term costs, e.g. It will not affect battery life, as AirTags are designed to last only up to one year of use even with a standard battery. Siri Remote uses a lot of lithium pack.
No matter what, you need to find your old way – or use your iPhone until you’re upset and hide under a pillow.
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