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Since the launch of AirTag, everyone has been concerned about its application scenarios. The accessory brand Spigen has brought a Tag Armor Duo protective case that allows everyone to track the position of the earphones earlier, so that AirPods Pro and AirTag are placed together, which is very intuitive.
That is to say, Apple has also been discovered and will start in iOS 15, allowing AirPods Pro to board Apple’s Find My location network, so that a group of iOS users can assist in finding the location of AirPods Pro with Bluetooth as the owner. Doesn’t this Tag Armor Duo cover overlap? In fact, it is not entirely true, because AirTag’s unique U1 chip can use more precise positioning ultra-wideband technology for short-distance positioning in iPhone 11 or newer models, which complements the approximate location that Bluetooth information can only provide. .Interested friends can goAmazonOrder it for $25.