Oops, Apple Leaked Its Own Product on YouTube

AirTags Referenced in New Apple Support Video

Last year, a record appeared that Apple was dealing with establishing Bluetooth trackers with the name "AirTag", similar to the squareTile This is a little gadget that aids you find the important things you identify the Tiles like a collection of secrets, a knapsack, or perhaps a bike.

Apple might not have announced the AirTags yet, but the video uploaded to its page does. The video showed what appeared to be a screenshot for the "Find My" app located in the iPhone's settings menu. In the footage, a screen can be seen which makes reference to AirTags under an Enable Offline Finding heading.

Specifically, it says: "Offline search allows you to find this device and AirTags when you are not connected to Wi-Fi or cellular".

U.S. technology giant Apple, which is expected to introduce the new 4.7 inch iPhone SE 2 / iPhone 9 in the coming days, may come up with another very surprising product.

Apple's rumored AirTags are said to be small trackers that could be attached to items like keys, purses, and wallets so that they can be tracked via your iPhone's Find My app.

According to the video spotted first by Appleosophy (via MacRumors), Apple shared a tutorial video on its official YouTube channel which explained how users could erase their iPhones to factory settings using a PC or the iPhone itself.

Apple has been asked to comment.

However, we don't have any information about when Apple will officially release the new Bluetooth accessory, but Kuo recently claimed that AirTags will be one of the products planned to be released in the first half of this year with the iPhone 9. Now, Apple just accidentally revealed the AirTags existence.

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