Genius Apple 'tracker tags' that let you map ANY object using iPhone are about to launch, experts claim

APPLE'S rumoured tracking devices, currently referred to as Apple Tags or AirTags, may launch sooner rather than later.

This is according to some experts who are now suspecting that Apple will launch the tech towards the end of March.

Plans for AirTags were spotted within iOS 13 software.

The highly anticipated tracking devices are intended to be attached to items like keys and wallets so you can track them with an app if you ever lose them.

According to Japan-based website Mac Otakara, the trackers will feature magnetic wireless charging tech.

The website speculates that the trackers will also be "completely waterproof".

Mac Otakara is said to have deep connections within the Asian supply chain.

Its rumours and predictions are largely accurate so it is considered as a strong source when it comes to Apple insider information.

The existence of AirTags has been rumoured for over a year now.

We don't yet know when they'll launch or how much they'll cost.

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has predicted they will large in the first half of this year.

However, other experts think Apple is more likely to launch them alongside the next iPhone towards the end of 2020.

What are AirTags?

Here's what we know so far…

  • Almost everyhting we know about AirTags, also being reffered to as Apple Tags, is based on rumours
  • Apple is said to be creating the same tracking device, intended to be attached to items like keys and wallets so you can track them with an app if you ever lose them
  • MacRumours spotted details within the iOS 13.2 update that indicated Apple want to call the tracking accessory the "AirTag"
  • We don't yet know a release date or retail price for AirTags
  • Some experts think they will be launched in late 2020
  • Based on images found within the internal build of the iOS 13 software, AirTags will be small, circular and white with the Apple logo on top
  • They will likely stick to items via adhesive and may contain rechargeable batteries

In other news, Apple has designed a mobile with no ugly ports, buttons or other holes.

Your iPhone gets slower and loses battery life if you always swipe apps closed.

And, this genius iPhone trick loved by mums lets you "lock" the touchscreen.

What do you think of the AirTags concept? Let us know in the comments…

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