Support Update: Apple Says You Can Use 32 Find My Devices (Newsflash)

Apple has their support document HT211331, which talks about adding and finding AirTags via “Where is?“ goes, updated. At least in the US version of the site there is now a note that a maximum of 32 devices per Apple ID can be connected via “Find My?”. It should be noted that the AirPods Max count as one device, the AirPods and AirPods Pro (1st Gen) are counted as two devices, and the AirPods Pro (2nd Gen) take away three places. Of course, every iPhone, every Mac, every AirTag, etc. also reserves a place among the 32 possible entries. The information is currently not available in the German version of the support document (as of January 16.01.2024, XNUMX).

Apple has added a note in the support document for using AirTags with Find My that a maximum of 32 devices can be connected to one Apple ID. It also shows which pairs of headphones (and charging cases) take up multiple spaces.
Apple has added a note in the support document for using AirTags with Find My that a maximum of 32 devices can be connected to one Apple ID. It also shows which pairs of headphones (and charging cases) take up multiple spaces.

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