To access AirTags Debugging Mode, simply click on the name of the item you are looking for four times. This should show a screen that looks wild.
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Before you start the joke, you may want to take a screenshot and write down the settings you made so that you can restore them manually. This is a somewhat confusing screen because the user may never intend to see it, so you need to make sure you have not adjusted anything that you might forget.
Also, there is not much you can do. The debug screen, as long as Apple allows you to access it, allows you to adjust the presentation of the Precision Search screen, but you may not need (or don’t want to) mess up the dots that appear on the screen. Similarly, you can modify the blur you see when searching for AirTag by using the two sliders you see at the top to play around with pinpointing camera input. Similarly, you may not want to adjust any settings.
Most importantly, if you want to adjust the color you get when you lock the missing AirTag, you can use the four sliders at the bottom. Of course, this is just a change in appearance, but if you like a particular style of everything related to the iPhone, you can now also bring it to your AirTag Precision Finder.
That’s it. Nothing to play, but it’s always fun to look at the hood of your iPhone. At least, assuming Apple leaves the feature, this would be a great party trick.
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