Apple AirTag Tracker, with UWB technology launched, the iPhone 12 series gets a new purple color


Apple AirTags were launched at Apple’s Spring Loaded event on Tuesday and are designed to help you find everything they’re attached to using Find My. Also at Spring Loaded, Apple announced a new purple color option for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini. Pre-order will go up this week. The new color features “elements of sophistication and brightness,” according to Apple CEO Tim Cook. The purple color option is associated with the black, blue, green, red, and white colors already available.

iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini will soon be available in a new purple color, which will be pre-orderable on Friday, April 23 in 30 countries and will then be sold on April 30. It was not immediately clear whether India was one of the first countries to launch. As mentioned earlier, Purple is associated with the colors black, blue, green, red, and white. Pricing for the purple version of the iPhone 12 starts at Rs. 79900 and Rs. 69,900 iPhone 12 mini – same as pricing for other colors.

AirTag tracking is priced at Rs. 3190 for one and Rs. 10900 in four packs. There are also Hermes version accessories to which the AirTag can be carried. AirTag monitors will go on sale on April 30th. In the U.S., AirTag tracking cars cost $ 29 (about Rs 2,200) per box and $ 99 (roughly Rs). 7500) for a four-pack, and pre-orders will begin on April 23 at 5:00 PM PDT (5:30 PM IST).

iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini Purple specifications

As we know, the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini include Super Retina XDR monitors. They are powered by the A14 Bionic circuit and have a 5G connection. Behind the two phones are two 12 megaixel cameras. In front is another 12 megapixel selfie shooter. Apple says the iPhone 12 can take up to 17 hours with video playback, while the iPhone 12 mini can take up to 15 hours. They support MagSafe wireless charging up to 15 W and Qi wireless charging up to 7.5 W.

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Apple AirTags features

AirTags uses Ultra-wideband (UWB) technology to locate objects. They have a U1 chip that allows it to find Apple devices such as the iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch models. AirTags use beeps through the built-in speaker when they are in the Bluetooth range to help you find the device to which they are connected. They provide NFC and Bluetooth LE connections except for the accelerometer. AirTags also has Siri support and a stated one-year battery life. AirTags are IP67 waterproof and dustproof.

They can only be connected by bringing them close to the iPhone. Find My shows the current and last location of AirTags. They use Precision Finding, which takes inputs from a camera, ARKit, accelerometer, and gyroscope to direct the user to a lost object. Apple says communication with the Find My network is encrypted from start to finish and that AirTag is designed to look for things, not people.

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