Apple’s New iPhone will feature ultra-wideband (UWB) technology, according to a new research note from Ming-Chi Kuo obtained by MacRumors in iOS 13 there are some features for the (UWB) Ultra-Wideband where the “Find My iPhone” and “Find My Friends” is Merged into one App
What Is Ultra-WideBand Technology
Ultra-wideband is a short-range low-power radio technology that is able to provide more precise indoor positioning than Bluetooth LE and Wi-Fi, suggesting that Apple’s tags will be more accurate at pinpointing the location of lost items than Tile‘s current item trackers, which rely on Bluetooth LE.
In practice, UWB signals are able to effectively measure distance between two devicesNo with 5- to 10-cm accuracy, compared to roughly 5-m accuracy for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. When implemented in a system of fixed beacons tracking tag locations, the locations can be calculated to within 10-cm accuracy.
iOS 13 betas Seems to have a number of details about the purported ‘tag’ device, As Apple has merged the Find My iPhone and Find My Friends apps into one package on IOS 13.
“Safe Locations” is also another feature which can be set where the user will not be notified if this item is left in those locations, and users will also be able to share the location of items with friends and family members, based on internal iOS 13 code.
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