As MacRumors reports, police in Canada have already registered at least five cases of using Apple AirTags to steal cars that are parked in public places. Thieves do toss AirTags in, for example, a car’s bumper or be a different hiding place, so that the owner of the car does not notice it.
Then AirTags are used Apple devices as relays and they show the location of a given car all the time so that thieves can choose the most convenient time to commit a crime. Of course, theft itself is “traditional means” in the form of screwdrivers or special slats, but the creativity of the thieves is astonishing and they simply follow potential victims until they are in a convenient place.
When it comes to Apple products in general, another iPhone SE may appear on the market in a few months, i.e. the cheaper equivalent of the company’s flagships. Apple also wants to introduce the AR headset next year. It is supposed to ensure the performance of the Mac class – at least that’s what Apple’s leading analyst Ming Chi Kuo reports.