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Apples opens its Find My network to third-party companies, allowing your iPhone, iPad, or Mac to locate non-Apple things – Notebookcheck.net

Apple announced today that it has opened the Find My network to third-party companies. Now non-Apple products can connect to and share their location via the Find…

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One of the best things about Apples ecosystem is the Find My system that can locate a lost or stolen device and make it sound an alarm, lock it to keep data safe, or remotely wipe it. However, the worst thing about this system is that its only available for Apples devices like the iPhone, iPad, and MacBooks. Until now.
Today, Apple announced that it was opening up its Find My network to third-party companies, allowing them to manufacture new products that could tap into Apples location services…

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