It is reported that Apple will launch AirTags or Apple Tags, which are very broadband trackers, in 2020. The giant Cupertino will produce tens of millions of Apple Tags this year, and well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo expects. Apple Tags will likely work with the latest iPhone models to allow users to easily track and locate their daily basics. Apple is expected to use the U1 locator chip on rumor markers that are already part of the iPhone 11 models. The company is also likely to build an augmented reality (AR) interface to help users locate missing items.
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The memo shared with Ming-Chi Kuo indicates that SiP Package Partners (SiP) are expected to expand Apple Tags’ broadband production in the second or third quarter of this year, as reported by 9to5Mac. By tagging, the analyst also predicts, the iPhone maker would boost AR apps.
As Benjamin Mayo of 9to5 Mac notes, Apple will likely reveal the flagships as its new product category is introduced at WWDC 2020 in June – before it is available to the public. The company has a good record advertising its new products some time before it is officially launched to the public to create enough hype in the market.
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Apple Tags, or what is also common in AirTags, is expected to work with the iPhone to enable tracking of lost items. The new display functionality will be similar to how Bluetooth trackers from San Francisco-based, Matthew California operate to help users find their important possessions using a mobile app.
Having said that, Apple is likely to close its flags in the current ecosystem that already includes Apple Watch and AirPods as one of the major accessories for iPhone users.
Kuo predicted in a previous note that Apple would introduce ultra-wideband brands sometime in the first half of 2020 – along with a new 4.7-inch iPhone LCD that could be the iPhone 9 or iPhone SE 2 as well as a new iPad Pro, MacBook Pro, or MacBook Air , Smaller size for wireless charging, and high-quality Bluetooth headphones.
Last year, the iOS 13.2 package proposed developing new tracking devices called AirTag. The iOS version file system also included a video asset called “BatterySwap” that suggests a replaceable battery on tracking devices.