Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) accidentally confirmed on Thursday a long-rumored product called “AirTags”.
In a video uploaded to the company’s YouTube support channel, there is an option called “enable offline search,” as Appleosophy first spotted.
The video has since been deleted, but the description of the feature stated: “The offline search will find this device and these AirTags when they are not connected to Wi-Fi or cellular.”
Rumors surrounding AirTags, an Apple product similar to Tile, have been circulating for a year.
Apple has not yet officially confirmed the product. The company reportedly postponed the launch of its new iPhone for several months due to the new coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19).
According to MacRumors, AirTags should be circular discs that can be attached to the items the user wants to track.
If another iPhone user ends up with the lost item, they will receive a notification to return it to the owner, according to screenshots shared in September of last year by MacRumors.
Apple shares closed down 1.67% to $ 244.93 on Thursday. The shares traded 0.42% to $ 243.90 during the after-hours trading session.
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