How to Locate an Unknown AirTag Moving With You

By Ali Salman  / 

Apple's item-tracking accessory is a very useful piece of technology when you are traveling or if you want to track your pets. However, the AirTags are equally dangerous when it comes to stalking to spying on your precise location. With Apple's Find My network, you have the option available to detect and locate unknown AirTags nearby using your iPhone. Scroll down to read more details on the subject.

How to Detect or Locate an Unknown AirTag Accessory Moving With You on Your iPhone

You will receive an alert for unknown AirTag when the accessory is moving with you. The process is fairly simple and does not require any use of third-party apps. For your ease, we have devised step-by-step instructions. Simply follow the listed steps to detect or locate unknown AirTags that are moving with you.

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Step 1: Make sure that Location Services are enabled. You can do this by going to Settings > Privacy > Location Services.

Step 2: Turn on Bluetooth from the Control Center or by navigating to Settings > Bluetooth.

Step 3: Enable Tracking Notifications. You can do this by launching Settings > Notifications > Tracking Notifications.

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These are the settings that you have to enable to locate or detect an AirTag accessory moving with you. If an unknown AirTag is moving with you, a notification will be prompted on your iPhone that reads “AirTag Found Moving With You." Simply tap on the alert and you will be redirected to the Find My app. A map will appear with red dashes which will let you know where the unknown AirTag was detected. You can also tap on "Play Sound" to locate the AirTag precisely.

For more helpful guides and tutorials, head over to this section.

This is all there is to it, folks. It is a very neat way of finding unknown AirTags that are traveling with you. We would recommend everyone enable these settings. Share your experience with us in the comments section below.

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