Apple has been working on a project announced a few weeks ago, regarding Disable the U1 chip. In the second beta of iOS 13.3.1 and according to MacRumors, we can now customize the location of each new chip. It all shows that the small debate that started in early December 2019 will end.
The function is to disable the U1 chip location
The U1 chip is a small unknown within the A13 Bionic. Available on three iPhone 11s released last year, this processor was designed to upgrade the interior space. Currently it can only be used on AirDrop exchanges between these iPhone models, though it has been speculated for months that it will be rumored to be Airtags.
The controversy erupted a few weeks ago, when a researcher conducted experiments that disable local iOS apps. It was there found that the iPhone 11 could not be activated
Apple explained at the time the reasons for this adjustment cannot be reversed. Technology related to Ultra Broadband
At the time, the company promised to install the U1 chip off switch completely again individually. As explained by MacRumors, it all indicates that we will see this additional privacy feature added to the final version of iOS 13.3.1.