Apple has allegedly been working on new safety notification feature that will notify apple device users if they are been tracked by third party software apps. However, the company is rumoured to be releasing this excellent feature of homegrown tracking device called AirTags sometime this year.
Though with the addition of the new location technology, its arsenal of cutting-edge products comes questions on user privacy and protection.
It turns out that the company is functioning to deal with these issues in its new iOS drops. Meanwhile, developers of Apple’s newest OS update have outfitted the Find My app — which allows Apple users to register and find lost devices — with enhanced safety features.
Apple blogger Benjamin Mayo tweeted a screenshot of the reported safeguard. Mayo saying Apple will use the feature to “prevent ‘stalking’ with AirTags.”
According to the tweet, “If someone secretly hides a tag in your possessions, your device will notice it and warn you about it,”.
However, it’s unclear when we will be expecting this new AirTags neither are we certain of how it is going to appear . In the month of my January, SPIGEN‘s sub-label Cyrill posted — and quickly removed — keyring style protector designs for the as-of-yet unreleased AirTags.