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    What to do if you get an alert that an AirTag, Find My network accessory, or set of AirPods is with you

    AirTag lets you easily track things like your keys, wallet, purse, backpack, luggage, and more. Simply set it up with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch and attach it to your item, and your AirTag shows up in the Items tab in the Find My app.

    What to do if you get an alert that an AirTag, Find My network accessory, or set of AirPods is with you

    AirTag lets you easily track things like your keys, wallet, purse, backpack, luggage, and more. Simply set it up with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch and attach it to your item, and your AirTag shows up in the Items tab in the Find My app.

    AirTag and devices that are part of the Find My network accessory program, and some AirPod models—AirPods (3rd generation), AirPods Pro, and AirPods Max—use the Find My network to help you keep track of and find your belongings.* After you set up a compatible item, it shows up in the Devices or Items tab in the Find My app.

    AirTag, AirPods, and other Find My network accessories include features to guard against unwanted tracking. They should not be used to track people, and should not be used to track property that does not belong to you. Using these products to track people without their consent is a crime in many countries and regions around the world. If an AirTag, set of AirPods, or Find My network accessory is discovered to be unlawfully tracking a person, law enforcement can request any available information from Apple to support their investigation.

    AirTag, AirPods, and Find My Network accessories are designed to protect your privacy when you're using them to keep track of important items. They have unique Bluetooth identifiers that change frequently. The Find My network uses end-to-end encryption and is built with privacy in mind.

    Learn more about Find My and Privacy.

    Unwanted tracking

    If any AirTag, AirPods, or other Find My network accessory separated from its owner is seen moving with you over time, you'll be notified in one of two ways. These features were created specifically to discourage people from trying to track you without your knowledge.

    If you have an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, Find My will send a notification to your Apple device. This feature is available on iOS or iPadOS 14.5 or later. To receive alerts, make sure that you:

    Go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services, and turn Location Services on.

    Go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services > System Services. Turn Find My iPhone on.

    Go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services > System Services. Turn Significant Locations on to be notified when you arrive at a significant location, such as your home.

    Go to Settings > Bluetooth, and turn Bluetooth on.

    Go to the Find My app, tap the Me tab, and turn Tracking Notifications on.

    If you don't have an iOS device or a smartphone, an AirTag that isn't with its owner for a period of time will emit a sound when it's moved. This type of notification isn't supported with AirPods.

    If you detect an unknown AirTag, Find My network accessory, or AirPods, use the steps below to learn about it, find it, and disable it. If you're using an Android device, you can download the Tracker Detect app to find an AirTag or Find My network accessory that's separated from its owner and might be traveling with you.

    If you see an alert

    If you see one of the following alerts on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, an item compatible with the Find My network could be traveling with you, and the owner might be able to see its location. This could be an AirTag, AirPods, AirPods Pro, AirPods Max, or a third-party Find My network accessory.

    It's possible that the AirTag or Find My network accessory might be attached to an item you're borrowing, or you might get this alert if you’re borrowing someone else’s AirPods. If you're borrowing an AirTag or another item compatible with the Find My network from a member of your Family Sharing group, you can turn off alerts for that item for one day, or indefinitely.

    If an AirTag that's separated from its owner is seen moving with you over time, this alert is displayed: AirTag Found Moving With You.

    Find My displays a map of where the AirTag, Find My network accessory, or set of AirPods has been observed with you. The red dots show where the unknown item was detected near your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. The dashed lines connecting the red dots help indicate the sequence where the item was detected with you. The red dots do not indicate when the item's owner is viewing the item's location.

    If AirPods that are separated from their owner are seen moving with you over time, one of these alerts is displayed: AirPods Detected, AirPods Pro Detected, or AirPods Max Detected.

    If a Find My network accessory that's separated from its owner is seen moving with you over time, this alert is displayed: "Product Name" Detected (where "Product Name" is the name of the Find My network accessory that has been detected).

    Source : support.apple.com

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    User profile for user: annamaren1

    annamaren1 User level: Level 1 Question: Q:

    "Unknown accessory detected near you" on iPhone

    While I was traveling by car, alone, on Friday night I got a notification "Unknown Accessory Detected" - "This item has been moving with you for a while. The owner can see its location." When I clicked through, it said "Your current location can be seen by the owner of this item"

    It followed me across the state and into the next state.

    It was really late when I arrived at my destination, and I was creeped out and didn't have enough personal bandwidth to try and work out how to address whatever was happening. When I woke up in the morning I figured out I could disable it, I tried to disable it and it said "Unable to connect to server. Please try again later." I haven't gotten another notification since then.

    I didn't interact with anyone on my trip, I didn't notice any vehicle traveling super close to me for long amounts of time.

    When I called apple support, they didn't really have any practical advice other than look for an unknown airtag on your car, and if you see the notification again, disable the device right away.

    Is there anything else that could give this "unknown accessory detected" notification? This felt invasive and creepy, and I really don't want it to happen again, I'd rather just get it figured out, rather than wait to get another weird notification. Any advice or thoughts feels helpful, thank you in advance!

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    Posted on Oct 10, 2021 6:27 PM

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    User profile for user: Chattanoogan

    Chattanoogan User level: Level 5 Answer: A:

    This certainly sounds very similar an AirTag security alert.

    Here’s some additional info which might not have been provided to you.

    https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT212227

    Posted on Oct 10, 2021 6:53 PM

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    annamaren1 User level: Level 1

    In response to mauritz79

    Thank you, this checks out - I did have AirPods Pro in the car with me. - thanks! Anna

    Nov 4, 2021 11:41 AM

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    User profile for user: gh0912

    gh0912 User level: Level 1

    In response to annamaren1

    The same thing happened to me today, I do not have any AirPods Pro, I was using at the time my 1st gen AirPods. Apple was unable to help as they didn’t had any practical advice. It’s really creepy and scary, I walk to work and school everyday and now I’m scared. Do you have any other recommendations?

    Nov 10, 2021 8:46 PM

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    User profile for user: mauritz79

    mauritz79 User level: Level 1

    In response to gh0912

    Good morning gh!

    I would suggest you first rule out that you are being monitored against you will, which is the less likely option here.

    To do that, try to just go out for longer (while preferably covering some distance) and leave your AirPods at home. If you have the same problem as me you should get a notification (at the end of the day for me) telling you that there is unknown accessory near you which will also tell you the route it took with you.

    So I would check once you get this notification whether it is your AirPods by looking at the route in the FindMy App.

    If it is your AirPods, you should only get a notification once you get home.

    It you left your AirPods home and still get that same notification I would contact law enforcement to let them help you find whatever is causing this!

    I hope you understand what I mean as english isn't my first language.

    Also I hope this helps! If you have any questions, feel free to ask them here!

    Have a good day

    Nov 11, 2021 1:05 AM

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    User profile for user: mauritz79

    mauritz79 User level: Level 1

    In response to annamaren1

    You are very welcome!

    Nov 11, 2021 7:50 AM

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    User profile for user: gh0912

    gh0912 User level: Level 1

    In response to mauritz79

    I left my AirPods at home and the find my app shows them with me. So I guess the find my app is malfunctioning. A coworker tried to see if this is happening to her and she has her AirPods with her and the find my app shows them at another location. Further proof there is something malfunctioning.

    thank you for your response Mauritz79

    Nov 11, 2021 7:54 AM

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    mauritz79 User level: Level 1

    In response to gh0912

    You are welcome, glad I could help!

    Nov 11, 2021 8:37 AM

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    User profile for user: Yazan A.

    Yazan A. User level: Level 1

    In response to annamaren1

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    Nov 14, 2021 3:43 AM

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    User profile for user: Celesty

    Celesty User level: Level 1

    In response to Anthony02tolson

    Same thing is happening to my mom! First pinged her car in the driveway (or so it looks from the map) around 4am yesterday- randomly didn’t ping throughout the day then around 4pm (when she got off work) it started pinging again following her from our home, around the town, and back. Last pinged around 9:25pm last night. We weren’t able to find anything on the car & it just keeps saying “cannot connect to server”. Is this something people can pause and unpause or how do these even work?

    Source : discussions.apple.com

    'AirTag Found Moving With You'

    Apple's AirTags have a built-in safety feature that's designed to prevent them from being used to track you, so no one can plant an AirTag in...

    'AirTag Found Moving With You' - What it Means and What to Do

    Thursday May 6, 2021 1:29 PM PDT by Juli Clover

    Apple's AirTags have a built-in safety feature that's designed to prevent them from being used to track you, so no one can plant an AirTag in your items and then monitor your location without your awareness.

    If there is an AirTag that does not belong to you near you for an extended period of time, your Apple device will alert you with the following notification: "AirTag Found Moving With You."

    That may mean that you've borrowed an item with an AirTag, you're near a lost item with an AirTag, or someone has placed an AirTag in your belongings. This how to covers what you should do if you see this message.

    When the "AirTag Found Moving With You" message pops up, tap on the message.

    Tap Continue.

    If you don't know where the AirTag is located, tap on "Play Sound" to locate it.

    If the AirTag is attached to an item that you've borrowed from someone, tap on the option to disable "AirTag Detected" notifications for one day. If the item is from a friend or a member of your Family Sharing group, you can disable Item Safety Alerts entirely.

    You can tap on "Learn About This AirTag" to check its serial number to see if it's been marked as lost, and if so, find instructions for getting in contact with the owner.

    If the AirTag is not in Lost Mode and you don't know where it came from, you should tap on "Disable AirTag" and follow the steps to prevent it from continuing to track your location.

    These instructions will walk you through removing the AirTag's battery to disable it.

    Apple recommends that if you feel unsafe, you should contact your local law enforcement for help, as local law enforcement can work with Apple.

    When you see an "AirTag Found Moving With You" message, it means that the owner of the AirTag may be able to see the location of the AirTag on their Apple devices, and by proxy, your location. It's important to address any alerts you receive right away for this reason.

    In general, you will receive an alert about an unknown AirTag when you move from one location to another, such as traveling home or to another place that you frequent, as long as the AirTag remains in your possession.

    Apple says that if you receive this alert and can't find the AirTag, it might not be with you anymore, but there are privacy features that might mask an AirTag if you attempt to play a sound using an old notification.

    All ‌AirTags‌ have a Bluetooth identifier associated with them, but this identifier is designed to change regularly. If you had an AirTag with you overnight, for example, by the time you notice the notification in the morning, the identifier might have changed and you won't be able to make it play a sound for location purposes.

    In this situation, Apple recommends looking through all of your belongings to make sure the AirTag isn't there, or waiting to see if another alert appears as you move from location to location during the day.

    You should also be aware that after three days away from its owner, an AirTag will begin regularly emitting a sound, which is another anti-tracking function. If you have an AirTag with you, you may continually hear the noise from the AirTag, preventing it from remaining hidden.

    Note that following Apple's instructions to remove the battery from an AirTag to disable it is the only way to get an AirTag to stop tracking you short of getting rid of the AirTag. Putting the battery back in and resetting the AirTag will allow the owner of the AirTag to continue to track it.

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