Hands-On With iOS 10.3’s New ‘Find My AirPods’ Feature
iOS 10.3 introduces a new “Find My AirPods” feature, giving AirPods owners a way to keep track of the tiny wire-free earphones Apple started selling back in December.
Because iOS 10.3 is limited to developers, we thought we’d take a hands-on look at the new Find My AirPods feature to give iOS users an idea of what to expect when iOS 10.3 officially launches. In the video below, you can see just how the feature helps you find a lost AirPod, and its limitations.
Find My AirPods relies on the AirPods connection to an iPhone or another iOS device because the AirPods themselves don’t have any cellular connectivity built in. The feature keeps track of the last known location where the AirPods were connected to an iOS device over Bluetooth, so if one is misplaced, there’s a general location of where it might have last been seen.
That location is displayed on a map in the “Find My iPhone” app, much like any other Mac or iOS…
Read the entire article from MacRumors here: Hands-On With iOS 10.3’s New ‘Find My AirPods’ Feature