The new iOS 14.5 update is in the beta development phase at the moment and a new report claims that Apple has introduced support for Powerbeats Pro, in the ear headphones, in its native Find My app. iCulture explains that the new feature will work just like AirPods.
Find My app allows users to easily locate all Apple devices on a map in a safe and secure way, even if the devices are offline. And users can also see the devices of their friends and family. The app offers various alarms to locate and mark their miss placed gadgets, like ping on AirPods, mark stolen on iPhone, and others.
You take your devices everywhere. Which means you might leave them anywhere. Whether they’re under a sofa pillow or in a conference room, chances are they won’t be lost for long. You can get help finding your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple Watch, Mac, or AirPods right in the Find My app.
Apple to expand Find My app tracking support for Powerbeats Pro in iOS 14.5
Previously, Macrumours reported that Find My app will support Powerbeats Pro and now the new report states that users on Reddit shared that their Powerbeats Pro suddenly appeared on the app and functioned just like AirPods.
On Reddit , a user reports that their Powerbeats Pro are suddenly visible in the Find My app as part of iOS 14.5. As a result, you not only see the last known location of the earplugs, because you can also play a sound reotely. You can therefore also use all the functions that you know of Find My AirPods with the Powerbeats Pro.
Powerbeats Pro is manufactured by Apple under the Beats brand. The Cupertino tech giant acquired the headphones manufacturing company in 2014 for $ 3 billion. Thus, it is not surprising that Apple is expanding the Find My app’s support to other products. It is also rumored that the company’s alleged AirTags will also be supported by the tracking app.