Apple Enhances ‘Find My’ App Capability, Doubles Device Tracking Limit

In a noteworthy update, Apple has elevated the tracking capabilities of its ‘Find My’ app, allowing users to monitor a broader array of devices.

The recent enhancement, introduced with iOS 16, doubles the previous limit from 16 to 32 devices.

- Advertisement -

This development encompasses a diverse range of items, including AirTags, Apple headphones (including select Beats models), new MagSafe wallets, and even third-party ‘Find My’ network accessories such as e-bikes.

Expanded Device Inclusion and Counting System

As highlighted in an Apple support document, the augmented limit applies to various devices.

- Advertisement -

AirPods Max are now counted as a single item, while AirPods and AirPods Pro (first generation) count as two items.

Remarkably, AirPods Pro (Second Generation) is tallied as three items. The broader spectrum accommodates a variety of items within the ‘Find My’ ecosystem.

- Advertisement -

Apple Arcade’s Gaming Extravaganza

Simultaneously, Apple Arcade enthusiasts can rejoice, as the platform introduces three new gaming titles: Tamagotchi Adventure Kingdom, Cornsweeper, and Blackjack by MobilityWare Plus.

Apple promises more than 20 significant updates to popular games in the coming month, ensuring a dynamic gaming experience for users.

- Advertisement -

Understanding ‘Find My Device’ Feature

‘Find My Device’ is a valuable Apple feature designed to assist users in locating lost or stolen devices.

Compatible with a range of Apple products, including iPhones, AirPods, iPads, and Macs, this tool empowers users to track and retrieve their devices effortlessly.


Google’s Equivalent: Find My Device Feature

Highlighting the importance of device security, Google also offers a similar feature known as ‘Find My Device.’

This functionality grants users remote access to their devices in the event of loss or theft. Users can lock the device and erase data remotely, providing an additional layer of security.


The ‘Find My Device’ feature is available for download on the Google Play Store.

- Advertisement -


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here


More Articles