Apple releases new 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.
Today’s release is version 1.0.391, with no word on what changes the new firmware version brings.
Apple’s last AirTag firmware update was released in September, following a release in June where Apple said it was reducing the length of time it took for people to be notified when an unknown AirTag is travelling with them, as well as releasing an Android app to let non-Apple users detect AirTags and other accessories in the Find My network.
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Today’s firmware release follows after Apple seeded the second beta of iOS 15.5 to developers on Tuesday.
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