One curious case in the UK was Christopher Paul Trotman, 41 years old, who used an AirTag tag by Apple to track his ex-girlfriend. The device was glued to the rear bumper of his car. He then tracked the vehicle’s location for a while. He then sent a message to the girl and disclosed that he was monitoring her. He was arrested and is currently in prison, waiting for trial. He will most likely be released after the hearings. However, he will not be allowed to approach the former until a court order is made.
The victim is an iPhone user. Apple notified her that an unknown AirTag had been located near her. However, she ignored it because she didn’t know of such an option in iOS.
AirTran’s latest updates include anti-stalking capabilities. iPhone users will now be alerted when an unidentified AirTag is near them. This happened, as well. The tag will emit a sound if it is not within a distance.
Initial tags were only compatible with iPhones. However, AirTag released Android, allowing users to search for AirTag on their phones.
We have previously written about using the airbag properly to get the best out of it.