Apple’s new Location Tracking Tags Leaked Out in Details

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Apple has been working on the update of its Apple Maps for a long. Today, we have got the details of Apple’s new Location Tracking Tags in details. Yes, the Apple Location Tracking Tags leaked out with more details to show us how these new tags will work in real life.

The new Location Tracker feature can be attached to things like your Bike, Keys, Bags etc. Today, MacRumors leaked out some real-life screenshots of the new Apple Location Tracking tags.

According to the fresh leaks, the newly updated location tracking app will have a new Items tab instead of Me tab in the Find my app. The new location-tracking tags updated with the latest iOS 13 update which was rolled out by Apple just yesterday.

When you click on to the Items tag on the app, it will prompt a message saying ”Keep track of your everyday items” and then “Tag your everyday items with B389 and never lose them again.”

The B389 is an Internal Codename for Apple Tags. According to sources, the Screenshots were derived from the latest iOS 13 updates which was released in the last June month.

The tags for Apple devices will be useful to everyone as it keeps track of the daily items of the users. The tags will be filled with Apple’s new U1 Locator Chip which is in the iPhone 11 device. The tags will point out the Apple users to walk in the right directions.

Apple Tags will be presented on the devices with Balloons. It will pinpoint the location of the items of the users using the Tags. The tags will work with the Augmented Reality i.e. AR-Interface.

Interestingly, Apple Tags will be integrated with the user’s iCloud account directly. Everything will be stored over the cloud when you integrate your device and the Apple Tags feature with the user’s iCloud account. The feature is coming to the Apple iOS devices now.

The Apple Tags will be fully customizable and users will be able to make changes to the previous settings as per his requirements. Everything will be under the control of the user.

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