Apple may launch AirTags in two sizes

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NEW DELHI: It appears that Apple is now all set to launch its much-awaited tracking device — Apple AirTags. A new report reveals that the company is planning to launch the AirTags in two sizes — big and small.
As per the information from a tipster @LOvetodream, who revealed that Apple’s most compact 2020 iPhone will be called iPhone 12 mini. So, there are chances that this piece of information is also correct.
Some rumours also suggest that Apple is also mass-producing the AirTags and it is expected that the company might launch the device in November this year along with the Apple AirPods Studio.
The yet-to-launch Apple Tags are said to work with the latest iPhone models and will enable users to easily track and locate their everyday items. It is also expected that Apple might use its U1 locator chip in the device. Moreover, the company is also said to incorporate an augmented reality interface that will help users in finding their lost items.
Using the Apple AirTags users will be able to locate real-world items such as keys or suitcase in the Find My app. Some rumours also add that the AirTags will also have offline finding capabilities that the company introduced in the core of iOS 14. This means that the worldwide network of iPads, iPhones, and Macs will be able to look for Apple AirTags.
Meanwhile, Apple has started rolling out iOS 14.1 and iPad 14.1 updates with some bug fixes. It is said that the recently launched iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro will come with iOS 14.1 out-of-the-box. If not this, then the smartphones will surely come with a pop-up notification as soon as you set them up.

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