Google Is Delaying The Launch Of “Find my device” Trackers Because Of Apple

Google made about 100 announcements in its I/O 2023 event, many of which today we will talk about the Find My Device (FMD) network. Google has announced that soon in summer, Find My Device will be released, but the point is that it hasn’t arrived yet.

After knowing the news, there is a lot of curiosity in the mind of the fans. But according to Google’s announcement, there has been a lot of delay in the Find My Device release. If the news are to be believed, the delay in releasing the Find My Device may be because of Apple.

Google’s Find My Device provides the facility to users who accidentally lose their Android phone, Tablet, or wear OS watch, so they are able to find out, lock or erase it. If the users have added a Google account to their device, then the Find My Device will automatically be turned on. Also if the users allow Find My Device to encrypt their phone’s most recent location to Google, then the most recent location of their device will be available to the very first account activated on their device.

Previously in March, Google also announced that the Bluetooth tracker from Tile, Pebblebee, and Chipolo would be compatible with the FMD network. Google also revealed that it’s delaying the release date for the Find My Device network, which helps with unknown tracker alerts, this will automatically warn the users if somebody is monitoring their device without even their permission. meanwhile, Google already revealed that Bluetooth tags are compatible with the Find My Device network, which will support Android’s unknown tracker alerts. And the noticeable point is that the iPhone does not have this detection capability.

The other notable news is that Google will not launch its Find My Device network until Apple has implemented protection for iOS. Also, Google officially confirmed to the fans community, that the unwanted AirTag trackers alerts, which Android is releasing today, will based on a custom implementation. And fortunately, it is different from the upcoming specifications.

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