After new information has been leaked about the iPhone’s Find My feature expansion, allowing not only the smartphone to be found but also other branded accessories and products, the MacRumors website now reveals screenshots that reinforce the arrival of an accessory that could find small items whose functionality closely resembles something that was released a few years ago.
While today’s Find My app has tabs for People and Devices, the MacRumors revelation reinforces the arrival of Items. In this tab, users will be able to track everyday items, and the leak also confirms the accessory code or code that will allow them to locate keys, bags, bicycles and more: “B389.”
The device would be compact and currently compete with Tile, a smart tracker that works via Bluetooth. But it’s virtually impossible not to remember one of the forerunners of this type of accessory: the Nokia Treasure Tag. Launched in 2014, the tracker allowed users to keep small items close at hand or without worrying about losing.
However, the new Apple accessory should offer incredible location accuracy so that the user knows exactly where the product is.
There is no information as to when Apple can announce the product, as Apple was expected to unveil it during the new iPhone launch event.