Young Biker Finds Stolen Motorcycles Using Apple AirTag

It's the story of a motorcycle once again getting involved with IT equipment. has used the function of Apple AirTag tracking device to locate things in search of stolen motorcycles which he followed until he found and was able to bring his trusty car back safely  This story was revealed through the  Apple Insider website, a tech website. It was revealed that there was an American man named Brandon who lived in the nation's capital. have found that their own bicycles and motorcycles disappeared without a trace many times until when I decided to buy a new car An Apple AirTag device has been installed on the vehicle to be used to track it down if it is stolen. And the story that he had expected came true. After the car parked at the parking lot that is used regularly. But after returning from an errand and then returned, unable to find his own car parked. The story is likely to have to be parked at the police station with hopeless anticipation. But this time, it was different because when Brandon opened the Find My app to search for Apple AirTag installed on the car. It was able to clearly identify the location. and has taken this matter to report and lead the police to retrieve the car back But it seems that the thief was aware of it first. So decided to leave the car at a certain place and fled. As a result, the authorities were unable to apprehend the perpetrator, but Brandon happily brought his trusty vehicle home.  For friends who are wondering how Apple AirTag works, this device will be registered via Apple ID with only one ID locked. Can't re-register Even if the new tag is reset, if the original owner still hasn't unlocked the tag from the Apple ID by locating it will use a Bluetooth connection. Both from the owner's phone, Tag and other phones nearby To inform the latest location via Apple's Find My service, the location will be displayed via GPS and when we walk closer to the device will change from the distance. It is a direction that can clearly point to the goal. along with the ability to make the device Can also sing to inform the location.  It is a very interesting device for tracking. But for those wives who want to use the device to track down suspicious husbands, Apple has measures in place to prevent stalking when a non-own AirTag comes close to the blue signal. Tooth for a long time and is not near a device registered with the owner's Apple ID Tag, the system will be alerted to nearby devices signaling that a Tag not registered with this ID owner is nearby. AirTag, until it finds it, can scan the phone number identified by the owner whether the person who found it has an iOS or Android device, so this method is safer to track things than people.

It's the story of a motorcycle once again getting involved with IT equipment. has used the function

of Apple AirTag tracking device to locate things in search of stolen motorcycles which he followed

until he found and was able to bring his trusty car back safely

This story was revealed through the  Apple Insider website, a tech website. It was revealed that there was an American man named Brandon who lived in the nation's capital. have found that their own bicycles and motorcycles disappeared without a trace many times until when I decided to buy a new car An Apple AirTag device has been installed on the vehicle to be used to track it down if it is stolen.

And the story that he had expected came true. After the car parked at the parking lot that is used regularly. But after returning from an errand and then returned, unable to find his own car parked.

The story is likely to have to be parked at the police station with hopeless anticipation. But this time,

it was different because when Brandon opened the Find My app to search for Apple AirTag installed

on the car. It was able to clearly identify the location.


and has taken this matter to report and lead the police to retrieve the car back But it seems that the

thief was aware of it first. So decided to leave the car at a certain place and fled. As a result, the

authorities were unable to apprehend the perpetrator, but Brandon happily brought his trusty vehicle

home.

It's the story of a motorcycle once again getting involved with IT equipment. has used the function of Apple AirTag tracking device to locate things in search of stolen motorcycles which he followed until he found and was able to bring his trusty car back safely  This story was revealed through the  Apple Insider website, a tech website. It was revealed that there was an American man named Brandon who lived in the nation's capital. have found that their own bicycles and motorcycles disappeared without a trace many times until when I decided to buy a new car An Apple AirTag device has been installed on the vehicle to be used to track it down if it is stolen. And the story that he had expected came true. After the car parked at the parking lot that is used regularly. But after returning from an errand and then returned, unable to find his own car parked. The story is likely to have to be parked at the police station with hopeless anticipation. But this time, it was different because when Brandon opened the Find My app to search for Apple AirTag installed on the car. It was able to clearly identify the location. and has taken this matter to report and lead the police to retrieve the car back But it seems that the thief was aware of it first. So decided to leave the car at a certain place and fled. As a result, the authorities were unable to apprehend the perpetrator, but Brandon happily brought his trusty vehicle home.  For friends who are wondering how Apple AirTag works, this device will be registered via Apple ID with only one ID locked. Can't re-register Even if the new tag is reset, if the original owner still hasn't unlocked the tag from the Apple ID by locating it will use a Bluetooth connection. Both from the owner's phone, Tag and other phones nearby To inform the latest location via Apple's Find My service, the location will be displayed via GPS and when we walk closer to the device will change from the distance. It is a direction that can clearly point to the goal. along with the ability to make the device Can also sing to inform the location.  It is a very interesting device for tracking. But for those wives who want to use the device to track down suspicious husbands, Apple has measures in place to prevent stalking when a non-own AirTag comes close to the blue signal. Tooth for a long time and is not near a device registered with the owner's Apple ID Tag, the system will be alerted to nearby devices signaling that a Tag not registered with this ID owner is nearby. AirTag, until it finds it, can scan the phone number identified by the owner whether the person who found it has an iOS or Android device, so this method is safer to track things than people.

For friends who are wondering how Apple AirTag works, this device will be registered via Apple ID with only one ID locked. Can't re-register Even if the new tag is reset, if the original owner still hasn't unlocked the tag from the Apple ID by locating it will use a Bluetooth connection.

Both from the owner's phone, Tag and other phones nearby To inform the latest location via Apple's Find My service, the location will be displayed via GPS and when we walk closer to the device will change from the distance. It is a direction that can clearly point to the goal. along with the ability to make the device Can also sing to inform the location.

It is a very interesting device for tracking. But for those wives who want to use the device to track down suspicious husbands, Apple has measures in place to prevent stalking when a non-own AirTag comes close to the blue signal.

Tooth for a long time and is not near a device registered with the owner's Apple ID Tag, the system will be alerted to nearby devices signaling that a Tag not registered with this ID owner is nearby. AirTag, until it finds it, can scan the phone number identified by the owner whether the person who found it has an iOS or Android device, so this method is safer to track things than people.

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