Apple has two kinds of alerts it offers to help let someone know that there's an AirTag near them that isn't associated with their iCloud account. These alerts happen after some period of time or while you're moving and the AirTag is moving with you.
To receive alerts, make sure that you:
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Notifications are one of the worst parts of smartphones. Simply turning them off allows you to reduce your phone addiction while still having access to all the apps you use. Without notifications, you are in control of when you pick up your phone, rather than your phone shouting for your attention.
AirTags are useful when it comes to keeping track of lost accessories. But the Bluetooth trackers are also highly capable of tracking people. Trust me, I've tried and it worked. To prevent unwanted tracking, Apple allows users to disable AirTags on the spot.
To disable an AirTag, remove its battery by pressing down on the battery cover and rotating it counter-clockwise until it can no longer be rotated. Then, remove the cover and the battery.
If an unknown AirTag is found to be moving with you, follow the steps below to disable the AirTag and stop sharing your location:
How To Change AirTag Notifications
Tap on an AirTag that you want to enable alerts for. Scroll down until you see the Notifications section. Tap Notify When Left Behind. Tap the toggle for Notify When Left Behind to ON (green).
Launch the Find My app on your iPhone or iPad. Tap the Me tab in the bottom-right corner of the screen. Toggle off the switch next to Item Safety Alerts. Tap Disable to confirm.
Locate and select the name of your AirTag from the list of connected devices. Swipe up to reveal the entire Settings panel for your AirTag. Under Notifications, tap Notify When Left Behind. Tap the toggle to the On or Off position.
Those who also want to turn off the same notifications from appearing for the Apple Watch Keyboard will want to follow these steps: