Apple AirTag's customizable engraving service does not allow offensive message

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Today, Apple has presented several products including the iPad Pro with M1 chip, 24-inch colourful iMacs, new purple iPhone 12/12 mini, and more. Surprisingly, the tech giant has also announced the long-awaited smart tracker dubbed AirTag at the event. Not only helping users to find lost items, but the device can also be engraved with custom emojis, words, and numbers. However, it is said that the company will limit users on expressing their creativity in some context.

It is said that the online AirTag personalization tool can be easily offended. Users who would like to freely express their dark humour on the trackers might not be allowed to do so, at least some. For instance, the Poo emoji can't come after a Horse Face emoji, but other animal-poo combinations are good to go. It goes the same for offensive words that are spelled out with text, although it is believed that some people will find their ways around the limitation.

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To recap, the Apple AirTag uses a U1 chipset that is compatible with the Find My app. When an item attached with the tracker is lost, the app will offer you a digital gyroscope arrow on your iPhone to locate it. Moreover, it also comes with features such as IP67 graded, a built-in speaker, over a year of battery life (replaceable too), and many more. A single AirTag costs RM149 and the engraving is free.

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