id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> When will we know about Apple's tracker tags?

Sopa Images/ Getty Images Reports have been circulating about Apple making a tracker tag similar to Tile smart trackers. And since Apple debuted new ultra wideband, or UWB, technology in its iPhone 11 models, the speculation has heated up that Apple could release its Tile competitor before the end of 2019. 

Apple first debuted its iBeacon, an implementation of Bluetooth low-energy wireless technology, in iOS tour trung quốc 7 in 2014. The Beacons were small, inexpensive Bluetooth transmitters that aimed to provide location-based information and services to iPhones. For example, if a retailer has a beacon in its shop and you have the retailer's app, tour trung quốc when you pass the shop you might get an alert for a special offer.    

The rumored new tracker tags could work a little differently. For example, Tile's tags can be clipped onto your keys, a bag or a child's toy or slipped into your wallet or passport. It can also be stuck on a device, remote control, outdoor gear or other small electronics to help you keep track of lots of different items.  

While nothing hasn't been officially confirmed, Apple has dropped a number of breadcrumbs to indicate that the product is possible. Apple didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

Here are all the rumors we've heard so far about Apple's possible tracker tag tech. 

Rumor: Setup process 
MacRumors reported that screenshots, which surfaced on Wednesday, depicted an updated version of the Find My tour trung quốc app. The screenshot provided by MacRumors features an Apple logo. Underneath the logo, the screen reads: Set up a new Tag. The instructions are to pull the tab on your Tag and bring it near the iPhone to start the adding process. The screenshots refer to the Tags by their codename, B389. 

Rumor: Name
The possible Tile competitors could be called AirTags, according to 9to5Mac, which spotted the name in the iOS 13.2 release Oct. 28. In the file system, a folder for Apple's latest version of its mobile operating system was labeled AirTag. It reportedly would be paired with a user's iPhone, like the AirPods, and users could track items using the Find My app. 
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