Apple’s AirTag has turned out be a savior and is breaking new grounds in user usefulness. Reportedly it has now helped a woman locate her runaway dog in the Florida state in the US according to media reports said. AppleInsider, states the dog’s disappearance was noticed by the owner, Denise, an hour after the dog ran away.
A user says Airtag is my favourite tech gadget right now. No more anxiety during trips as I have tagged checked bags, wallet, and passport with airtags. If phone gets lost I use watch to locate it.
The woman who found Airtag as her savior said “I went to take the trash out, and I think he just escaped when I took the trash out,” the owner was quoted as saying in the report. She then realised that she had fitted an AirTag GPS tracker in the dog’s collar.
The dog was eventually located in a 20-minute drive from the house animal shelter.
The monitoring device assisted a man in finding and reclaiming his stolen Range Rover in Canada in June of this year.
Apple AirTag is a savior
Three AirTag trackers were fastened to the SUV by its owner, who used them to find the car, which the police later found and returned.
He bought an identical unit to replace the stolen Range Rover after having his first one stolen before.
The first item was never recovered because the burglar drove off with it after throwing the owner’s wallet and family members’ phones out of the Rover in an apparent effort to thwart monitoring.
A filmmaker claims to have tracked down round $US200 ($A314) in stolen digicam gear belonging to him on the opposite facet of the nation utilizing his Apple AirTag.
Los Angeles movie producer Errol Webber mentioned the objects went lacking in transit whereas flying with United Airlines from Anchorage to Denver on October 29.
Webber vented his frustration to the airline in a now-viral Twitter submit, asking why his baggage contents are showing at an unknown tackle in Alaska – and if the alleged thief shall be returning his gear.