Here Comes 666: Apple’s Airtags Could Be the End of Car Keys, Passwords, and Fumbling With Your Phone at Checkout as the Ultra-wideband, or UWB, Technology That Powers Them Could Reshape How We Interact With Devices—if Companies Can Overcome Privacy Concerns and Other Hurdles

Here Comes 666: Apple’s Airtags Could Be the End of Car Keys, Passwords, and Fumbling With Your Phone at Checkout as the Ultra-wideband, or UWB, Technology That Powers Them Could Reshape How We Interact With Devices—if Companies Can Overcome Privacy Concerns and Other Hurdles

For all the attention on tech companies and location tracking in recent years, our gadgets are actually surprisingly bad at knowing precisely where they are at any given moment. That’s about to change.

A straightforward and robust technology, decades in the making, is finally becoming affordable and widespread enough to grant devices not just a basic sense of direction, both indoors and out, but also the ability to precisely locate themselves in three dimensions.

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Source: WSJ

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