Image Credit: 9to5Mac

Apple has been rumoured to launch a Bluetooth tracking device called AirTags for quite some time. But now, the company has accidentally confirmed that they exist in a support video which has since been pulled from the official Apple Support YouTube channel.

Titled “How to erase your iPhone”, the tutorial video showed users how to delete data on their iPhone. In one of the screenshots for the Find My iPhone interface, the Enable Offline Finding option clearly says “Offline finding enables this device and AirTags to be found when not connected to Wi-Fi or cellular.”

The instruction suggests that AirTags will come with some form of offline tracking capability that will work without a cellular or Wi-Fi connection. As per previous leaks, the AirTags will look like circular discs and they will employ the in-house U1 chip that uses Ultra Wideband radio technology for spatial awareness.

Source: Appleosophy

I’ve been writing about consumer technology for over three years now, having worked with names such as NDTV and Beebom in the past. Aside from covering the latest news, I’ve reviewed my fair share of devices ranging from smartphones and laptops to smart home devices. I also have interviewed tech execs and appeared as a host in YouTube videos talking about the latest and greatest gadgets out there.
You May Also Like
Galaxy S21 review
Samsung 65W PD charger gets certified
The Samsung Galaxy S22 might support the new 65W adapter that was certified recently, and reveals the charging speed, and other useful information.
Tronsmart Apollo Air, Air+ TWS official with Qualcomm chip and six microphones
Check out the latest Apollo Air and Apollo Air Plus true wireless earbuds from Tronsmart that offer great ANC features
HP gaming laptops, Chromebooks, gaming mice and more are on sale today
We start today’s deals with several HP deals at Amazon.com, where we find OMEN gaming laptops, Logitech gaming peripherals, and more on sale