Apple is moving a step closer to opening up its handy Find My network to third-party devices with a new app for ‘Made for iPhone’ product makers.
Using the new Find My Certification Assistant application, device makers will be able to test their products for compatibility with Apple’s location-tracking app and network.
It is thought one of the first new products will be Apple’s own Tile-like AirTags trackers.
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