Apple AirTag (Apple AirTag) came up in the headlines again. This time, a Texas resident got back the stolen car with the help of these accessories of the iPhone manufacturer. However, in this case, not the owner of the car, but the thief using Apple AirTag by mistake! Later, it was possible for the police to identify the car from the source of the thief’s mistake. When the full details of the incident came out, it caused quite a stir in the netizens of the United States.
Before going into details, let me tell you that the tendency to use AirTag for tracking cars or any other vehicle is rare. Basically, these accessories help iPhone users to keep home keys, backpacks and other similar items safe. In that case, the question may arise as to why the thieves suddenly went to use it. The police investigation has revealed the answer to this question.
According to investigators, a few days ago a person complained to them that someone or someone was following him through airtag. He received a warning about this on his iPhone. During the investigation, the police found the trace of the airtag hidden between the two seats in the complainant’s car. As a result, they initially assumed the car was stolen. The truth of this conjecture can be deduced from a little research. It is learned that two days ago, two persons sold the car to the complainant for a down payment of মার্কিন 600 (about Rs. 60,000 in Indian currency). The complainant had no previous acquaintance with the sellers.
Then the whole matter became clear to the investigators. It is understood that the thieves were in the process of hitting the car again! That’s why they hide the airtag between the two seats of the car. If the car was seized, the thieves would once again have the opportunity to sell it for a hefty sum. In that case, it would have been difficult for the police to identify the vehicle if no such complaint had been lodged. However, the tech giant Apple (Apple) should be thanked for this. That’s because Apple recently rolled out a feature for iPhone users that would alert users to the presence of an unmarked AirTag. In the case of the incident in question, its benefits matched.