Apple wasn’t the first to market with a Bluetooth tracker, but its product was always going to thrive. From Apple Watch to AirPods, Apple has dominated nearly every market it has entered. That’s exactly why privacy groups were so concerned about AirTag owners finding nefarious ways to use the tracker when it launched earlier this year. They were specifically worried that Apple was not doing enough to protect users from being stalked with an AirTag. In the new iOS 15.2 beta, Apple is addressing those AirTag concerns. Users can now scan for nearby items that could track them.
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