Apple is developing itTo include devices made by third-party companies including Belkin, Chipolo and OneMoof. Discover my functionality launched in 2009 with the iPhone 3GS. In the last 12 years, it has evolved from tracking lost iPhones to being able to find most Apple products such as Macs, Apple Watches, and AirPods. With the launch of In 2019, Find My was able to discover its Apple devices using UltraBride, whether they were online or not. Currently, Find My Network has billions of Apple devices that bind it.
Starting today, you can track non-Apple products such as OneMoff’s S3 and X3 e-bikes and start in June with Belkin’s Soundform Freedom True Wireless earbuds and Chipolo One Spot item finder with keys or backpack Can be connected, for example.
Third parties work with Apple as part of their MFi program to certify products that they adhere to specifications for such things as privacy, end-to-end encryption, and unwanted tracking protection. Find My products can be added to the Items tab of the Find My app and linked to your Apple ID. If you ever sell or give away my stuff to someone else, it’s just a simple swipe to remove it from your Apple ID.
The Certified Find My item has a built-in speaker to play a sound if you trigger it from within the app. You can set Find My Item in Lost Mode and be notified when it is detected or add a note with an email address or phone number. Even if the item is not online, it can be found using Ultra Wideband for other Apple and non-Apple devices that are enrolled in Find My.
All Find My items or devices will carry the “Works with Apple Find My” badge. If someone arrives at your item and sees a badge, they can report to the Identified Found Items section by going to their own Find My App. If the item has a note attached to lost mode, the searcher will be able to see it.
Apple said in a press release on Tuesday, more products and accessories will soon enter the Find My Network.