Here is what AirTag tracker would do in iPhones?

by October 31, 2019 0 comments

From the past few months, we have been hearing rumors that Apple would bring a tracker feature for its upcoming iPhone which will be part of its operating system to locate lost items. Called as AirTag, the feature is now confirmed and it will function like Tile Bluetooth tracker for tracking personal items.

The code for AirTag was first found by 9to5 Mac. The code describes a folder in the filesystem available in the latest version of Apple’s OS – iOS 13.2. The AirTag will be paired with a user’s iPhone similar to AirPods, and will allow users to track any item with the Find My app. The code currently can be described as a placeholder containing images of AirPods, HomePod, and other devices.

And similar to the Tile app, with the AirTag, users would be able to tag items such as AirPods, HomePod, and other devices and can find them later on if they are misplaced. Whether the functionality will use crowdsource networking is not yet clear.

Apart from AirTag, the upcoming iPhones will also come with flexible OLED displays from BOE technology. The Cupertino-based iPhone maker is actively testing BOE’s flexible organic light-emitting diode (OLED) and the iPhone maker will decide whether it would take the company as a full-fledged supplier by the year-end.

BOE which is one of the biggest producers of large liquid crystal screens already manufactures liquid crystal displays for Apple’s iPads and MacBooks. The flexible OLED displays are being tested by Apple in the BOE’s facility in Chengdu, Sichuan province of China.

The iOS 13 also brings dark mode that gives devices including iPhones and iPads a new dramatic look. The new dark mode theme works across all apps and system navigation controls to enhance readability in dimly lit environments or while using the devices at night to reduce eye strain. Third-party developers can integrate dark mode to all their existing and future apps.

Dark Mode can be scheduled to turn on automatically at sunset or at a certain time and adjusts background and foreground colors to make content stand out. Dark Mode is one of the best iOS 13 features awaited by the users. Also in iOS 13, most of the photo editing tools are now available for video editing, making it easy to rotate, crop or apply filters right within the Photos app. A new High-Key Mono effect creates a beautiful, monochromatic look for Portrait mode photos.

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