Everything you wanted to know about  USPS and Apple Pay Scary AirTags and More
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The US Postal Service (USPS) recently added Apple Pay to the list of accepted forms of payment for online transactions on the USPS website. Yet users are still not able to use Apple Pay to pay for transactions at post offices or other retail locations.

Appleosophy in a report mentioned, Apple Pay can be used to pay for digital transactions at The Postal Store, PO Box Online, Every Door Direct Mail, USPS Package Intercept/USPS Delivery Instructions, Pickup On-Demand, Click-N-Ship, and USPS Tracking Plus.

You can use Apple’s Safari browser version 10.0 or later on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac to take advantage of the service. 

According to PYMNTS, the availability of Apple Pay in the postal service’s 34,000 physical locations will take time as it requires funds to update the required software infrastructure. Currently, only 4.5% of all consumers have used Apple Pay to complete in-store purchases this year.

Jeana, a woman from Baltimore discovered an Apple AirTag surreptitiously attached to her car while she was in a bar. She noticed this when her iPhone started notifying her that an “AirTag Found Moving With You. The location of this AirTag can be seen by the owner.” Jeana tweeted about this experience to her 1700 followers on Twitter. 

The latest Apple tracker detector for iPhone and Android-based phones notify users if a tracking device has been moving along with the person for more than 10 minutes. There is also a beep sound on the tracker to help people locate it.

According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of TF International Securities research, Apple will add a 48-megapixel camera lens to next year’s iPhone and a so-called periscope lens in 2023.

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