Find My network is launched by Apple. All Apple devices (iPhone, iPad and Mac) around the world help you find lost items. If your things are located far away in parks, gyms, subways, etc., the 'Find My' network will help you track your hardware devices that support the Find My network. This huge network consists of hundreds of millions of iPhones, iPads and Macs worldwide, and is carefully designed to ensure that your privacy is protected at every step.
Hardware devices that support the Find My network will send out a secure Bluetooth signal, so that Apple devices near it in the 'Find My' network can detect it. These devices will send the location of your hardware devices that support the Find My network to iCloud, and then you can see it on the map in the Find My App. The whole process is anonymous and encrypted to protect your privacy. At the same time, search is also very efficient, so there is no need to worry about battery life or data consumption.
By cooperating with Apple and Nordic, we have launched hardware devices that support the Find My network, so you can ring the devices in Apple's Find My App to find items. At the same time, if the device is lost, Apple's Find My network can help find it, which means that all iPhones, iPads and MACs can help find it.
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The setup is super simple. After the device that supports Find My network is turned on, it can be immediately connected to the Find My App of your iPhone or iPad. Give the device a name, hang it on the item you want to track, and you're all set. Apple Watch can also receive notifications about the device.
Where are the hardware devices supporting the Find My network, only you can see it. Your location data and history will never be stored in the hardware device. The Apple device that transmits your device's location data is always anonymous, and the location data is encrypted at every step of the search. Therefore, even Apple does not know the location of your hardware device and the identity of the device that helped find it.
At the same time, when someone else's Find My-supported device is mixed into your belongings, your iPhone will find it is always by your side and send you a reminder. After a while, you can let the device play a sound to let you know where it is.Of course, if you happen to have a friend around you with a device that supports Find My network, or many people on the subway you are taking have a device that supports Find My network, don’t worry. Because as long as the Find My-supported device does not leave the owner's side, such a reminder will not be triggered.