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AirPods lost? iOS 10.3 should allow you to find them

Discussion in 'Latest News and Rumors' started by Alex Dmitri, Feb 15, 2017.

  1. Alex Dmitri

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    Apple is working on integrating AirPods in "Find My iPhone" App. A highly anticipated feature but already looks very useful.

    If you have fallen for the latest Apple wireless earphones, you can not deny that your first fear is to lose one of your precious AirPods . If this has not happened to you yet ... Apple has obviously thought about it already.

    The company will add its AirPods to "Find My iPhone" App with the release of iOS 10.3 expected in the coming weeks. With this application, AirPods owners will be able to know their current position or at least the latest where the headphones were located.

    Not so accurate Tracking

    The location data will not be extremely precise. At best, they should tell you if your headphones are at home, at work or at the pub. So do not count on it to see if one of them slipped into your couch or is waiting near the sink of the restaurant where you have lunch. It's better than nothing, certainly, but when you consider the small size of these devices, it still remains quite limited.

    This is good news for all users though, remember, first unofficial app came out shortly after the marketing of AirPods ... before being deleted at the request of Apple.