Can your iPhone keep track of your e-bike for you?

Answer: Yes.

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Until now, Apple’s popular Find My feature that allows you to track down your misplaced electronics with your iPhone has only been available for other Apple products. According to TechCrunch, however, that is about to change.

At its virtual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) this year, Apple announced that it was going to be expanding its Find My feature to manufacturers. On Wednesday, the company launched its Find My Network Accessory program and revealed the first non-Apple devices that users will be able to keep track of through the Find My app. Among them are VanMoof’s S3 and X3 e-bikes, set to hit the market next week.

Other products that will support Find My tracking include Belkin’s Soundform Freedom earbuds and the Chipolo ONE Spot, which is very similar to the popular Tile trackers. Later in the spring, Apple will be releasing draft specifications for chipmakers, opening up the market for more products to have this feature.