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AirPods Pro / Max now supports Apple’s Find My network.It’s easier to find than ever (October 17, 2021) | BIGLOBE News

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Image: Apple
Pretty good update.
A convenient “find” app to find Apple products such as iPhone, iPad, and Mac. The recently delivered firmware update makes it easier than ever to find your AirPods Pro / Max!
AirPods have always been able to use the Find My app to find out where they were last connected to their device and make sounds from their earphones. However, from the latest version (4A400) delivered the other day, the following functions can now be used with AirPods Pro / Max using the “Find My iPhone” app.
For AirPods Pro / Max
・ Display of location information
・ Search –Around this area

・ Sound playback
・ Lost mode (marked as lost)
・ Notify when detected
・ Notify when you are away from your hand
The forgotten item prevention function that notifies you when the device is away from you is safe even if you misplace your AirPods Pro in a park or restaurant.
It’s also true that the support for the “Find” network makes it easier than ever to find AirPods Pro / Max, but there’s one thing to keep in mind here.

AirPods Pro, one of Apple’s easy-to-lose products, gives you peace of mind that it supports the “find” network. Image: iOS

When you press the “Search” button, an animation like this will be played. However, it took some time to recognize the device because it uses Bluetooth to grasp the location information between terminals.

Unlike AirTag, there is no indication such as “how many meters left”. Listen carefully and look for earphones.
Since AirPods Pro / Max does not have a U1 chip, it is not possible to grasp accurate position information up to a few centimeters. You’ll hear an animation like searching for an AirTag from your iPhone, but if you’re looking for an AirPods Pro and it says “close,” listen carefully.
A “find” network that helps you find the hundreds of millions of Apple products that are used every day around the world. Now I’m less worried about losing my precious belongings again (I wonder if AirPods with U1 chips will be announced at next week’s event …).
Source: Apple


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