Apple seems to want to add security and privacy features to airtags accessories to help resolve illegal tracking and tracking issues through the find my app. These features were revealed in the code comments for IOS 14.3 beta 1, but were later removed on Thursday. < / P > < p > one of the code strings says, “if you feel that your security is under threat because of these things, please contact your local law enforcement department. You may need to provide the serial number of these devices. “. Another evidence suggests that if a user is carrying a tracking device that doesn’t belong to them, Apple may alert the user by “unknown attachment detected.”. “The item has been moving with you for some time,” the alert said. The owner can see where it is. “. < / P > < p > Apple may also provide instructions on how to remove unfamiliar “airtag” tracking devices so that users can stop sharing their location. These security features should help address concerns about unnecessary tracking and tracking, for example, if a malicious person secretly puts an airtag device in someone’s bag. [image] Google secretly tests 6GHz networks in 17 states of the United States