Apple releases firmware update for AirTags
Apple has released a firmware update for AirTags, the tracking accessory that integrates with the Find My app to allow users to track items such as handbags, keys, backpacks, or other items from their iPhone.
Apple’s last AirTag firmware update came in June when the company reduced the length of time it took for people to be notified when an unknown AirTag was travelling with them. With the update, Apple announced it was developing a new Android app that would let non-iPhone users detect an unknown AirTag or any other accessory connected to the Find My network that happens to be travelling with them.
It’s not known exactly what changes the new firmware version brings, but the update may contain further anti-stalking features and changes to how soon users are notified if their iPhone detects a mysterious AirTag with them.