24 July 2021 20:05 GMT
In addition to the Cupertino company CEO, the blogger sent two other devices: one to Elon Musk and one to North Korea.
a ‘youtuber’ Shipping & Delivery three Apple AirTag trackers to Apple CEO Tim Cook; SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk; as well as North Korea, with the intention of monitoring the passage of gifts through FindM App. Unlike the other two recipients, the Cupertino company returned the device to the blogger, and also attached a letter.
all equipment was shipped from frankfurt (Germany) by YouTuber, the author of the MegaLag channel, and the monitoring application was able to find out where each device stayed. Thus, airtags bound for Apple Park (the company’s headquarters in California) were identified as being somewhere in the state of Nevada. ‘YouTuber’ established that the cargo flight that carried the equipment I was flying over that city. The iPhone of someone on board would have been connected to the device, which immediately sent the location to Find My.
AirTag finally arrived at Apple Park and stayed there six weeks. Later, they sent him back to germany With a letter signed by an administrative assistant in Tim Cook’s office.
“Thank you for sharing your project on Apple AirTags. We’re glad to hear about creative uses for airtags And how they can improve the lives of our customers. As you can imagine, Mr. Cook receives hundreds of letters every month from clients like you. unfortunately not Can respond to all requests. But we hope that you will continue to enjoy your AirTag when you return from your unique trip around the world,” the letter reads.
The fate of the other lot
As far as the AirTag sent to North Korea is concerned, it never reached the destination, although the device was taken to the Korean Peninsula. In fact, traveled to south korea, but it didn’t appear in Find My, because its use is restricted there, Description 9to5Mac Portal.
The gift did not reach Elon Musk in person after being at SpaceX headquarters for two and a half weeks. AirTag then issued its final signal in Castaic, California, where it was recycling.
The Airtag, released on April 20, is a sticker technology Which sticks to any object and allows it to be traced. The device is made up of a small stainless disc with a speaker, accelerometer, low-energy Bluetooth and a battery that allows it to operate for up to a year. It can connect to an iPhone, where it will be displayed in the Find My application.