The existing "Me" tabs in the "Find My" application are redirected to all tabs hovering over the map.
It is said that the new "item" (Item) tag will be associated with the legendary "AppleThe Tile-like tracking label is closely integrated and has an internal code name "B389".
By clicking the Add button in the tab, users will be able to track the location of all items with Apple tags directly in the Find My application.
The label tells the user "Use B389 to mark your daily supplies, so it'll never be lost." that Apple is developing a Tile's bidding service.
In last month's iOS 13 beta, MacRumors had shared an image of an "Apple Item Tracking Tag," but it might not be able to design real products anyway.
as can be seen from the associated string,IPhoneUsers will be notified of push when they are away from the marked item. If necessary, the user can click a button in the``FindMy'' application to make the label start buzzing.
If the user does not find it for a while, the relevant label can also be set to "Lost Mode". Then when another iPhone user approaches, he or she can be notified that he or she can contact the owner by phone or text message to return.
If the item is left in a specific location and cannot be notified, you can also go to a "safe location" or share the location of the item with a friend or family member as instructed in the internal test version of iOS 13.
Last month, MacRumors reported that AR might play a role in Apple's new Find My app. Like the Pixie Tracker tracker, the App may contain some of the features of ARKit.
In addition, the internal test version of iOS 13, which opened in early June, includes a red balloon interface that helps users identify missing items (and an orange 2D balloon image) after scanning the room with iPhone.
The code string shows that the user can "walk a few feet and move the iPhone up and down until the balloon comes into view. Unfortunately, Apple did not introduce this feature at the fall launch earlier this month, but it may announce it at events in October or beyond.