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Apple lifts the veil on the airtake, but what is it?

Apple lifts the veil on the airtake, but what is it?

This is a GPS beacon (without GPS), located anywhere on the planet, and it aims to stick to your personal effects.

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We’ve been hearing about this for almost two years, and this product is more than the one and a half expected at every conference at Apple, without seeing daylight. This time it was perfect. During its spring conference, Apple hoisted the veil on the airtail, and its famous GPS beacon had to be hung to find your personal items from use. “Discover” IPhone.

As expected, AirTake takes on a smaller, rather small round pebble shape and shows off the brand’s popular logo. By bringing your iPhone closer to the AirTake, you have the right to a notice and haptic comment indicating that you are approaching the goal of thanking the U1 chip (only ‘instant’ on the iPhone 12 and Apple Watch Series 6). Of course, you can find accessories and stuff attached to a map with “Find” from any Apple device. Thanks to a small built-in speaker it is even possible to create an airtight ring remotely from your iPhone. Apple requires that AirTake’s location data not be kept too carefully shared.

To connect the airtake with your belongings such as your wallet, key or a bag, Apple plans to step in with plenty of equipment including a signed Hermes. You can engrave letters or emojis there for free. AirTake will be available from April 23 for 35 euros per unit and bundles from 4 to 119 euros.

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