Apple quietly reveals the Watch Series 6 will be the first with U1 locator chip
Tuesday, 15 September 2020 () In September 2019, Apple added a new feature to the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro without saying a single word onstage — and it did it again today with the Apple Watch Series 6.
The feature is Apple’s U1 ultra-wideband locator chip, which could let these devices find each other, find other gadgets equipped with similar tech, and even securely unlock your car and your door without ever pulling an iPhone out of your pocket.
The feature flashed by for a brief moment during today’s presentation, buried in this slide that we just barely managed to screencap:
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