New use for AirTags: Stealing cars 🚗





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Apple is a very careful company. It rarely releases any tech that hasn’t been throughly tested and vetted – whether hardware or software.
But there are always unintended consequences.
Take AirTags, Apple’s property-tracking devices. They are designed to track lost items, and Apple built in some thoughtful safeguards to prevent their misuse.
Unfortunately, thieves found a clever – and nefarious – use for the little trackers. Better pay attention to those unwanted tracking alerts!
– Leander Kahney, EIC.

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One more thing ...
“If you keep your eye on the profit, you’re going to skimp on the product. But if you focus on making really great products, then the profits will follow.” – Steve Jobs
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