This morning Apple released iOS version 10.3 Developer Seed software to iPhones, pushing with it a number of new features. If you do under the "Find My iPhone" app on your iOS device, you will see a section that says "Find My AirPods" and it will tell you where they are. It's a part of the Find My iPhone app, where your AirPods are listed alongside other Apple devices associated with your Apple ID. If you lose an AirPod and don't notice until afterwards, you would have to walk back in range to be able to locate it on the app's map. The catch is that they have to be within Bluetooth range of one of your iOS devices-don't expect to find one that fell out of your ear while you were walking down the street.
Apple is finally giving AirPods owners a way to assuage their biggest fear: Losing one (or both) of their precious wireless earbuds. This sound will lead the user to the AirPods in question.
The new iPhone SE is displayed during an Apple special event at the Apple headquarters on March 21, 2016 in Cupertino, California.
The Finder for AirPods app used the AirPods' Bluetooth connection to a paired iPhone to show you a Bluetooth signal strength bar between your iPhone and the missing AirPod, which indicates the distance between you (your iPhone) and the AirPod. Siri, for example, can now be asked to pay bills, check payment statuses, and schedule a ride-share for later in the day.
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This new feature will be released with the new operating system, iOS 10.3, which is supposed to be rolling out in the next few weeks.
Though the iOS 10.2.1 may not seem like an important update, you should download and install it at the earliest. Todesco's Yalu iOS 10 jailbreak tool can free 64-bit devices running on the iOS 10 to 10.1 but it is still in beta testing phase and works on iPad Pro, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. You can get hourly forecasts without launching the app. Hope also springs eternal about a dark mode for iOS. If you're lucky, they're still where you left them.
For now, we're still unsure what issue you might come across if you upgrade to iOS 10.2.1.
Apple File System - When installing iOS 10.3, the iPhone's file system will be updated to use Apple File System (APFS).