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Apple will make it harder for its AirTags to track people

Following the launch of the Samsung Galaxy SmartTag earlier this year, Apple introduced its location tracking AirTags. Thanks to Apple's tight ecosystem integration, the AirTags proved to be far more powerful than all alternatives, allowing users to track their belongings accurately. To prevent users from tracking others, Apple implemented a feature that would alert users if...

The Apple AirTags are another great addition to the Apple ecosystem

One of the best things about using an iPhone is that if you're committed to Apple's ecosystem, you get superior cohesive connectivity across a wide range of devices and gadgets that other phone brands simply have not been able to match (although Samsung, Huawei, and Xiaomi are trying to get there). Apple's latest addition to the...

Apple releases iOS 14.5 with App Tracking Transparency and more

After several week of testing, Apple on Monday finally released iOS 14.5. The new software arrives in time for the launch of Apple’s new AirTags, but the release is much bigger than that. In fact, it’s one of the company’s most important mid-cycle updates ever. One of the most important changes in iOS 14.5 is the...

Here’s how much Apple’s new iPad Pro, M1 iMac, and other products cost in India

Apple introduced a bunch of new products at its ‘Spring Loaded’ event the other day, including an all-new iPad Pro series and a new iMac powered by Apple’s ARM-based M1 chip. We also have a revamped Apple TV 4K, a new purple color option for the iPhone 12 and 12 mini, and the highly anticipated...

Apple’s AirTag helps find your lost items with the Find My app

After months — no, years — of rumors, Apple has finally unveiled AirTag. The location tracking puck is designed to help people find their lost devices; you can attach AirTag to everything from keys to backpacks to a camera strap. AirTag launches on April 30 for $29, or you can get a four-pack for $99. “We’re...