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New Delhi: According to the news outlet WRAL, Apple AirTag helped an American couple find their stolen car within hours. According to images from the doorbell camera, the burglars chose Leslie and Antar Muhammad’s Toyota Camry after an attempt to break into a neighbor’s car failed.
The couple from North Carolina were asleep when the criminals stole their car and they didn’t realize it was gone until the next morning. However, the car’s position was quickly found thanks to Apple’s tracking tool AirTag. After a report to Cary police, the car was located within 2.5 hours in a parking lot about 12 miles from their house. (Also Read: Harsh Goenka Shares Clip Of Newly Wed Welcomed By Indian Naval Officers To Tribe – Watch Heartwarming Video)
By 11 a.m. on Feb. 4, Cary police had detained three people, who were minors, with the assistance of Durham police. (Also Read: CBI Books Ex-Finance Secy Arvind Mayaram for ‘Corruption’ in Supply of Currency Notes’ Security Thread)
According to Leslie, who was quoted by WRAL, the burglars chose the “wrong” car without realizing it. The small, programmable tracking gadget, which looks like a button and was created by Apple as a key finder to help individuals recover personal belongings, is located in a hidden location that is not immediately visible, according to Antar.
“Just now I visited Find My (app). I can zoom in and almost perfectly identify the parking lot, locate it with great accuracy “Antar gave news to Wral. The couple’s cars, luggage and wallets all have AirTags. The Muhammads advised people to be aware of technological changes and choose simple, reasonable choices to defend their homes and assets. They described their security system as the “biggest” security system and said it cost $100 for a set of four devices.
According to reports, two women trapped in British Columbia, Canada last month were apparently rescued by Emergency SOS via the satellite feature on the iPhone 14, which was introduced in November 2022. The women were on their way back to Alberta when an accident closed the major roadway, according to a Times Colonist story.
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