A huge bug seems to be troubling iPhone users. This concerns Apple’s AirTag which makes it possible to find objects.
Big bad buzz for iPhone users. Indeed, a huge bug has been reported. Apple AirTag seems to send false alarms around midnight. MCE TV tells you everything from A to Z!
A high-performance iPhone
On September 23, Apple was unanimous among fans of new technologies. Indeed, the brand with the bitten apple has, once again, struck very hard with the creation of its new generation smartphone.
The Cupertino company has therefore pulled out all the stops for its latest iPhone. And the least we can say is that the latter seems to bring together all the elements necessary for optimal use.
Starting with an extraordinary storage capacity. If the cheapest version is capable of storing up to 128 GB of data, it would seem that the pro and pro max models are, for their part, much more powerful.
Thus, these can hold up to 1 TB of files. A novelty of size which had never before been exploited by the competition.
But that’s not all ! If Apple wanted to give extraordinary power to its iPhone 13, it was not the only improvement that made people talk about it.
Apart from its memory, it is on the resistance that American society wanted to play. In fact, the contours of the iPhone are made of stainless steel or aluminum depending on the model chosen.
In addition, a novelty has also emerged in the TrueDepth camera lens. Indeed, a special notch is now visible. Its goal ? Protect the Face ID tool when dropped.
A significant little extra that has not failed to create a sensation among users. MCE TV tells you more about the iPhone.
An Apple AirTag Bug
Be that as it may, the editorial staff has no intention of touting the latest iPhone. And this, even if the device fully deserves it.
What brings us to talk about the apple today is a rather annoying bug that users have been able to report. Eh yes ! It seems that the Apple AirTag sends false notifications around midnight.
This app that allows you to track your personal objects therefore launches “phantom” alarms. This can very quickly become a problem. Especially since the notifications we are talking about are not at all the same as real notifications.
These do not display a map per se. But straight lines that make no sense. On Reddit, users of this Apple option reacted.
” It was scary. I checked my purse, I looked around to make sure no one was putting AirTags on me”said Natalia Garcia, 24, at the time.
And when the young woman has activated the “Find My” application it declared “AirTag Not Reachable”. Or, AirTag not accessible in French.
According to an Apple spokesperson, this bug iPhone would be linked to signals wifi who confuse location services. Nothing really serious then… There is no reason to panic!