New details about an upcoming Apple Tile Type Tracker have been revealed in iOS 13. Code. Rumors of this feature being embedded in iOS 13 have been spreading since last June, when Find My app was first announced to WWDC, Now, according to MacRumors we have an even better idea of what the tracking system might look like by Apple.
The iOS 13 code study revealed an image of "a small circular tag with an Apple logo in the center." In addition, there is a new "Objects" tab in the Find My app, probably to track things with tags.
MacRumors describes a system in which you will be notified if you are separated from your tagged item; then you can use the app to make the tag create sound. This is similar to the way Tile and other item tracking products currently work. However, a more unusual feature for Apple's implementation is the use of augmented reality to help you find your lost object after scanning the area with your iPhone.
The first references to the hearing marker were reported by 9to5Mac in June when it was spotted in the first beta of iOS 1
Ready to try it? There's a good opportunity to find out more during the September 10 Apple event, when the latest iPhone and Apple Watch models will be unveiled. So stay tuned and in the meantime try not to lose those keys.