Apple has simply unintentionally exposed a brand-new ‘Discover My’ concealed tab called ‘Products’, which can be accessed in iOS 14.3 through Safari, ahead of a long-rumored brand-new AirTags item.
MacRumors reader David Chu today signaled us that the concealed “Products” tab in the Discover My app can be made it possible for on iOS 14.3 and later on by typing in the link findmy:// products into Safari and tapping on “Open” in the timely that appears.
As MR notes, screenshots of this function were initially seen back in 2019, nevertheless, it now appears users can unofficially access the page through Safari.
Previously today on Twitter Miguel de Icaza kept in mind something comparable:
I simply got a notice for “product has actually been discovered” on iOS, and when I tapped it, it took me to “discover my …” and this brand-new page
It’s reported that Apple will quickly reveal a brand-new little tracker to competing third-party choices like tile, utilizing Ultra-Wideband innovation and Apple’s Discover My app to assist you keep an eye on important products. The item was likewise dripped by Apple in a YouTube assistance video in 2015.
Remarkably, the iOS trigger here revealed states “follow the directions offered by the maker”, validating the brand-new ‘Products’ function will likely deal with third-party choices along with AirTags. iMore can verify that the “// products” address likewise operates in macOS Big Sur. Remarkably, the brand-new page does not appear to be restricted to beta software application, however likewise deals with public releases of iOS 14.
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Numerous devices for AirTags are currently beginning to appear, consisting of a glasses holder and keyring from Wanderer.
Animations shared by serial Apple leaker Jon Prosser just recently revealed what might be the animation revealed by Apple when you match your AirTags with a brand-new gadget.
Most just recently, Prosser reported that Apple had actually postponed the launch of AirTags up until March of 2021, suggesting a statement might be simply a couple of weeks away!