The mobile Google Maps app now estimates toll charges for your journey, which allows you to plan ahead by seeing how much you'll need to pay in route tolls.
The new tracking sound features a more prominent tone pattern that should help you more easily locate an unknown AirTag that has been found moving with you.
Navigating with Google Maps on your iPhone and Apple Watch will soon get easier thanks to a more detailed map, a dedicated watchOS app and other new features.
Wondering about the places where you were recently? It can be for personal reasons to help you recall the places you visited. Or, if you have to prove someone for legal reasons or otherwise, you can use the past location history of your iPhone to establish your presence at that location.
Here are two ways to find your location history on iPhone using Apple's Significant Locations and Google Maps. We also go over the steps to delete the saved location history and how to turn it off.
Many apps need your location to function. This includes food delivery apps (like Uber Eats, DoorDash, GrubHub), ride-hailing apps (like Uber, Lyft), weather apps, bank apps, and more. Similarly, chat apps like iMessage, WhatsApp, Telegram must have access to your location if you want to share your current location with friends and family.
If an app is unable to get your location, you see messages like "location not available on iPhone," "turn on location services to allow app to determine your location," "app does not have access to your location," etc.
This guide shows you how to quickly solve this problem and allow that app to access your location.
New York Attorney General Letitia James has issued a warning about unwanted AirTag tracking and “malicious Apple AirTag users” that may be stalking them.
A little over a month ago, a new Terminal add-on called locsim was released that allowed jailbreakers to spoof their current location without using tweak injection. While it was indeed a powerful add-on, some users prefer using a graphical user interface (GUI) over Terminal commands.
There are many things you can do with a jailbroken iPhone that you could only dream of doing on a non-jailbroken iPhone. One of such things would be spoofing your handset’s location, which can make it look like you’re somewhere you aren’t.
With all the apps out there that like to pry at your device’s location all the time, it’s no wonder that jailbreakers take their handset’s location service usage very seriously.
To help prevent unwarned AirTag tracking, iOS 15.2 lets you scan sneaky AirTags that might be planted on your person or in your car to secretly track you.
I've been toying around with AirTags since they came out a few weeks ago, and I was impatient to try the only third-party alternative available at this time: the Chipolo ONE Spot. Chipolo is one of only three companies that have been approved by Apple at this time to be part of the Find My network. Out of the three, it's the only company that has built an item tracker similar to AirTag. So if you're in the market for an item tracker that works with the Find My app, your options are either the Apple AirTag or the Chipolo ONE Spot.
With that said, the folks at Chipolo sent me a ONE Spot for review ahead of their official launch later in June. This post will essentially be a Chipolo ONE Spot review and a direct comparison with AirTag.
Whether you've stumbled upon someone else's AirTag that you'd like to return to its owner or discovered an unknown AirTag planted on you that you'd like to identify, you'll need its serial number. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to find the serial number of an unknown AirTag.