AirTags, possible launch in March

After a few weeks off, the rumors about AirTags are back. According to the latest news, it seems that Apple may launch this device as early as March.

John Prosser, one of the most reliable leakers when it comes to Apple products, wrote on Twitter that the AirTags should arrive in March and that there should be no further delays.

The AirTags design it basically consists of a white disc, with a metal back featuring the Apple logo and other related information. The size of the accessory will be more or less the same as a bottle cap. Another feature will be the integration of ultra-broadband also in this accessory, after its debut on the iPhone 11 line.

By themselves, AirTags will not be able to receive a signal, only to transmit it. Using Apple’s U1 chip, compatible iPhones will be able to track the position of the tag, using Bluetooth and Ultra-Wideband signals. The tracker transmits using both signals, hoping to be picked up by a “receiving” device. Multiple sources indicate that the “Where is” app will allow users to locate tags and, using UWB signals, pinpoint location with remarkable accuracy. The system also works outdoors and at greater distances, using iPhones with U1 chips. An iPhone in the vicinity of a lost tag can receive a ping, which in turn can be transmitted to the original owner using end-to-end encryption, allowing the user to know the location of the tag.

As for the iPad Pro, a number of rumors suggest that the new models could integrate mini LED displays, but there should be no aesthetic changes. Other news will concern processor and camera.

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Source: iPhone Italia by www.iphoneitalia.com.

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