Ukrainian Man Uses ‘Find My’ Feature On Stolen Apple AirPods To Track Russian Troops

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Ukrainian Man Uses 'Find My' Feature On Stolen Apple AirPods To Track Russian Troops

Ukrainian man says his AirPods had been “looted” by Russian “orcs”. (File)

Amid the continued struggle, a Ukrainian man has been capable of observe the whereabouts of Russian troops through the use of Apple’s gadget monitoring characteristic to pinpoint his stolen AirPods. In response to the Instances of London, Vitaliy Semenets stated that his Bluetooth earbuds had been stolen from his dwelling in Hostomel, early throughout Russia’s invasion, following which he used the “Discover My” characteristic obtainable on Apple merchandise to observe the progress of the stolen earplugs and in addition hint the trail of Russian troops. 

Mr Semenets tracked his stolen AirPods as they crossed the border into Belarus, after which once they reached Belgorod, the Russian metropolis the place troops massed to organize for the assault on the Donbas. The Ukrainian man even shared his sneaky trick on Instagram with a caption: “Because of know-how, I do know the place my AirPods [are] now”. 

He stated that his AirPods had been “looted” by Russian “orcs” – the fictional “The Lord of the Rings” monsters whose title many Ukrainians use to explain warmongering Russian forces.

In the meantime, it’s to say that based on Instances of London, there have been quite a few studies of Russian troops pillaging helpful items from Ukrainian houses in what consultants have stated is an indication of the invading forces’ disorganisation and lack of self-discipline. A number of CCTV footage have additionally proven Russian troops in a publish workplace in Belarus wrapping up washing machines, laptops and e-scooters to ship to their households again dwelling. In whole, round two tonnes of products had been reportedly even shipped out by the 16 Russian troops. 

Furthermore, based on an intercepted name launched by the Safety Companies of Ukraine, one Russian soldier was given a procuring checklist from a relative who wished a laptop computer, sneakers and clothes. In one other separate case,  a soldier had been reportedly killed in Irpin after he changed his Kevlar physique armour with a Macbook laptop computer pc.

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