Apple’s Launching A New App That Will Make You Track Non-Apples.
A new report from 9to5Mac says that Apple is putting out a new thing, as it is planning
to merge a couple of applications. You might not be using some of these Apple apps
that you have on your iPhone or iPad, or any other iOS devices, which are Find My
Friends and Find My iPhone.
As 9to5Mac has been on a tear, it is reported that they have been working on a
successor to these apps. A new app that will merge both of their functions.
As important as Find My Friends app is for wanting to know a location of a friend, a
partner or even your children for safety purposes. Find My iPhone is foremost and
critical as well. In case you misplaced your iPhone, your airpods or whatever iOS device
you might have, you can log in and see for the last time it checked in.
Having both features merged in a new app is tremendous. Not only that but Apple is
also planning to debut a hardware product that looks similar to the tile device, and
similar to the tag that you can attach to your keychain for instance for spotting their
location when lost. Thinking of this is nothing but brilliant as most people tend to lose
and misplace their own wallet for example twice a day for the least. So having a
trackable tag inside your bag or attached to your kids lunchbox is a great help.
If Apple really entered this game and decided to sell their own Apple branded tracing
devices, with having both of the mentioned above apps features merged will be a
No timetable for when to expect it or that it will be on iOS 13, but they mentioned it will
be announced in this September’s event, when Apple typically makes new hardware