Apple AirTag was used to follow a Tennessee family visiting Disney World, according to them

Apple AirTag was used to follow a Tennessee family visiting Disney World, according to them

Gaston’s daughter said that the device was tracking them for several hours during their time at the theme park. Discussion of Apple AirTags by Washington Post reporter Geoff Fowler in San Francisco, California Monday March 14, 2022. Discussion of Apple AirTags by Washington Post reporter Geoff Fowler in San Francisco, California Monday March 14, 2022. (Melina Mara/The Washington Post via Getty Images) The family could not find the AirTag when they got to their car. They drove away and called police.

An Apple AirTag was allegedly used to track a Tennessee family during their visit to Walt Disney World. According to Jennifer Gaston of FOX 35 Orlando, the family was riding the monorail back to their car when they discovered the AirTag, receiving a warning that the owner of an AirTag device had been tracking them. According to WKRN-TV, the Gaston family was visiting from Tennessee. Jennifer Gaston said, “We were afraid, bewildered, hurt, and worried.” “She literally saw it follow us all the way back to our car from the tram.”

Highlights

  • Apple AirTags are devices meant to keep track of personal belongings in the event they are lost, but have been used by criminals in the past. Gaston said that the situation could have ended much worse. “This story could have ended way differently,” Gaston said. “I’m praising God we have the outcome we have, but it’s because she was diligent and aware of what to do.” Sogeti is launching a new Game Jam in June, partnering with Intel: the Green X Game Jam. Developers and designers from all over the world are invited to join forces to create the best smart games that protect biodiversity. You will embark on a crucial quest to help preserve our fauna and flora.

  • Her daughter continued to track the device’s location, and it showed that it was still in the parking lot. Sogeti is launching a new Game Jam in June, partnering with Intel: the Green X Game Jam. Developers and designers from all over the world are invited to join forces to create the best smart games that protect biodiversity. You will embark on a crucial quest to help preserve our fauna and flora. Register “As she was refreshing it, it showed the AirTag was still in our parking spot so somehow when we were frantically shaking out clothes and dumping everything out of our bags it fell out,” Gaston said.