Users discovered a hidden feature of the Find My app. This tab can be accessed using the Safari browser on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
To access the hidden section of the “Locator” application, you need to enter the findmy: // items link in the browser address bar and click “Open” in the suggestions. After that, you will be transferred to the secret section. It is reported that this feature is present only on iOS 14.3 and macOS 11.1.
AirTags are expected to help users keep track of their personal belongings such as keys, wallets, and backpacks. It will also be possible to receive notifications in case of an increase in the distance between the device with the Locator application and the object with a beacon. Thus, unannounced gadgets can prevent the theft of valuables. Previous rumors indicated that AirTags will support ultra-wideband to improve location accuracy.
Typing findmy://items into Safari will take you to this hidden UI in Find My! pic.twitter.com/CakKBGEuNh
— David Chu (@davidvanchu) January 13, 2021
Apple accidentally mentioned AirTags in a video on its YouTube channel last April, so we’re pretty sure the company is working on this accessory. Often, Cupertinos hold the first presentation of the year in March, but there is a possibility that the beacons can simply be presented on the company’s official website without any events.
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