Sounds for upcoming Apple ‘AirTags’ supposedly leaked
A leaker has shared a video allegedly including the sounds set to be used in the Find My app in iOS 14 for Apple’s long rumored “AirTag” item trackers, revealing the sounds that a user will hear when a lost item is nearby.
“AirTags”, which Apple is said to be producing “tens of millions of in the second or third quarter of this year”, are now expected to be arriving alongside the release of the iPhone 12 lineup in October. It is possible Apple will announce the new Tile-like trackers next week at WWDC, with the release date set for later in the year.
“AirTags” are expected to attach to valuables, such as wallets, backpacks, keys, and more, allowing users to track their belongings in the new Find My app on iOS, iPadOS and macOS.
Before I go um, I remember I promised you all something about AirTag's sounds? Listen with volume here. Thank you everyone for being amazing. I will probably have some more posts hopefully later today. pic.twitter.com/LwbvlxqfSL
— Soybeys (@Soybeys) June 18, 2020