Apple Airtag Small Coin Shape Tracker
Apple Airtag Small Coin Shape Tracker
Apple Airtag Small Coin Shape Tracker
Apple Airtag Small Coin Shape Tracker
Apple Airtag Small Coin Shape Tracker
Apple Airtag Small Coin Shape Tracker
Apple Airtag Small Coin Shape Tracker
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    Apple Airtag Small Coin Shape Tracker

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      How to know if you’re being tracked

      This isn’t the first time Apple products have faced security and privacy issues. The company recently came under fire for a new feature that could scan your iPhone photos. But this time, the safety risk feels especially serious, particularly to women living, driving, or walking home alone.

      As warnings about the dangers of tracking devices grow, Apple has taken steps to protect users from unwanted tracking. Apple devices with iOS 14.5 or newer will send alerts through the Find My app if they recognize an AirTag moving with the user. “If you receive an ‘AirTag Found Moving with You’ alert and you don’t own an AirTag, that’s a sign you are possibly being tracked,” Payton says.

      For Android users, Apple released a Tracker Detect app that sends notifications if it detects an AirTag nearby.

      How to prevent being tracked by Apple AirTags

      There are two important ways to protect yourself from being secretly tracked with an AirTag, according to Payton. First, periodically search your personal items, like keys, purses, jacket pockets, and work bags, for unfamiliar devices or attachments. “If you see something that you do not remember adding yourself, this could be a tracker,” Payton says.

      She also suggests getting a Bluetooth tracking app or scanner, which you can use to scan your nearby surroundings for unknown devices. Although these tools don’t reveal who owns the technology, an unknown device in your house or on a personal item is a red flag and should be investigated further, according to Payton. You can use this Bluetooth-scanning technology to uncover hidden cameras too.

      How and why to get the serial number of an AirTag you find

      If you discover an AirTag tracking your location, your first step should be to get the device’s serial number. Sharing an AirTag’s serial number with law enforcement can help them track down the tag’s owner, Payton says. There are a few ways you can find the serial number of an AirTag.

      Using the Find My app on an iPhone:

      Find My app icon is seen on an iPhone next to an Apple AirTag.HAPABAPA/GETTY IMAGES

      1. Open the Find My app.
      2. Hold the AirTag near your iPhone.
      3. Tap the AirTag notification when it appears.
      4. The serial number will be listed at the top of the screen, along with the last four digits of the owner’s phone number.

      Touching an iPhone to an AirTag:

      screenshot images of what you would see by holding your iphone to the apple airtag to find the serial numberVIA APPLE.COM (2)

      1. Tap and hold the top of your iPhone to the white side of the AirTag.
      2. Tap the notification that appears on the screen. It will open a web page.
      3. The serial number will appear on the web page.

      Holding an Android phone near an AirTag:

      1. Place your Android phone near an AirTag.
      2. Tap the pop-up window to open a web page.
      3. The serial number will appear on the web page.

    How to replace an AirTags battery?

    To replace the battery, simply open the AirTag by twisting the back cover, remove the old battery, and insert a new CR2032 battery, follow the steps below. Replacement batteries for Apples AirTags can be purchased from online retailers and are easy to find in most high street stores, supermarkets and gadget outlets. 

    • Keep track of and find your items alongside friends and devices in the Find My app
    • Simple one-tap setup instantly connects AirTag with your iPhone or iPad
    • Play a sound on the built-in speaker to help find your things, or just ask Siri for help
    • Precision Finding with Ultra Wideband technology leads you right to your nearby AirTag (on select iPhone models)
    • Find items further away with the help of hundreds of millions of Apple devices in the Find My network
    • Put AirTag into Lost Mode to be automatically notified when it’s detected in the Find My network
    • All communication with the Find My network is anonymous and encrypted for privacy, Location data and history are never stored on AirTag