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New location-tracking tags leaked from Apple in detail

Apple is updating its Apple Maps for a long time. Today, we get the details of Apple's new location-tracking tags in detail

Apple is updating its Apple Maps for a long time. Today, we get the details of Apple's new location-tracking tags in detail. Yes, Apple's location-tracking tags leaked in more detail to show us how these new tags will work in real life.
The new Location Tracking feature can be linked to things like a bike, keys, bags, etc. Today, MacRumors leaked from some real screenshots of new Apple location tracking tags.

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According to the new leaks, the recently updated Location Tracking app will have a New Items tab instead of the Data tab in the Find My App tab. New location-tracking tags have been updated with the latest iOS 13 updates released by Apple only yesterday.

When you click the item's tag in the app, you'll be prompted with a message that says "Track your daily items" and then "Mark your daily items with B389 and never lose them again."

B389 is the internal code name for Apple tags. According to sources, screenshots were obtained from the latest iOS 13 updates released last June.

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Labels for Apple devices will be useful to everyone because they follow users' daily items. The tags will be filled with Apple's new U1 chip on the iPhone 11. The tags will indicate Apple users to go in the right direction.

Apple labels will be presented on devices with balloons. It will locate items for users using tags. Tags will work with augmented reality any AR interface.

Interestingly, Apple Tags will be integrated directly with your iCloud user account. Everything will be stored in the cloud when you integrate your device and Apple Tags into your iCloud user account. The feature comes to Apple iOS devices now.

Apple tags will be fully customizable and users will be able to make changes to their previous settings according to their requirements. Everything will be under the control of the user.

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