Please try to imagine. You are a police officer working for the New York City Police Department (NYPD). You’re patrolling Queens in your car, looking out for something different and enjoying the sounds of nightlife.then your Your iPhone 14 turns off with a notification that you may be the victim of a stalker. Sounds like a plot from a B horror movie? Honestly, I’m not sure if the cops were equipped It’s an Apple phone The NYPD switched from Nokia phones to iPhones in 2018. AirTag under the hood of the car.
the report from NYDailyNews didn’t go into specific details about how the AirTag was discovered, so the iPhone’s anti-stalking features are the prime culprit. If that’s true, it’s just proof that it works and that no one, not even the police, can escape the malice.
Daily Advice – Use AirTags to keep your most valuable things safe.
Moral of the story? Abusing power is potentially dangerous. Use AirTags to improve your life and speak up. This will certainly inspire others to use technology appropriately and not in a way that puts others at risk.