If this is to be believed, Apple terminated an app for locating lost AirPods because they didn’t like the “concept” of people being able to find them. The fruit company charges $69 for any AirPod that goes missing. Thanks to Master_shake_ for this story. …the iPhone maker…has just pulled ‘Finder for AirPods’ from its app store. The clever application uses Bluetooth signal strength from a lost AirPod to help guide an owner to its position using a hotter/colder system. It isn't able to find a bud that fell out of your ear while jogging 5 miles away from home but can locate one within a house or the close vicinity. Owners welcomed the $3.99 app, which solved one of the biggest problems associated with Apple’s tiny devices: the fact they’re easy to lose. But just a few days after release, Apple pulled Finder for AirPods from the store.