Apple has introduced an in-house object tracker: The roughly mint-sized "AirTag" can be attached to a keychain or a bag, for example, and can thus help to find the items at any time – even if they should get lost on the road.
The AirTags use Bluetooth and ultra-wideband (UWB) technology and can be engraved for more personalization, including emojis, Apple said.
The AirTags are available in Apple’s "Where is?"-network and are to be integrated accordingly uber the "Where is?"-Let app be found pre-installed on iPhones and iPads. If an AirTag is lost, it sends out a signal via Bluetooth that virtually all iPhones and iPads listen for by default. According to the manufacturer, the network now comprises nearly 1 billion devices.