Articles about airtags

German YouTuber Sends AirTag To Tim Cook Who Sends It Back With A Letter
Apple’s AirTag accessory has been designed to help you keep track of items like keys or bags. It’s not necessarily meant to be used to locate items halfway around the world, which is what German YouTube channel MegaLag wanted to find out when he sent several AirTags around the world.

AirTag Helps Police Track Down A Stolen Bike
When Apple first launched the Apple Watch, we’re not sure if they intended for it to save as many lives as it has, but regardless of the intent, it has proven to be a very useful device. Now it seems that Apple’s recently launched AirTag could also be proving its worth because according to a report from Gadget Lite, a stolen bike was recovered thanks to the use of the […]

Australian Regulator Warns That AirTags Should Be Kept Out Of Reach Of Children
Apple’s AirTag is a small tracking accessory designed to help you keep track of where your bags or keys are kept. However, when the device first launched, an Australian retailer pulled it from their shelves over concerns that due to the small nature of the batteries used in the AirTag, children might accidentally swallow it.

Nomad Launches Accessory That Puts The AirTag In Your Wallet
Apple’s newly launched AirTag accessory is great for tracking objects like your keys or your bag, but tracking your wallet? Unfortunately that’s going to be almost impossible, or at least that was the case until Nomad decided to create a new accessory called Card that basically fits the AirTag inside of your wallet.


Apple To Introduce More Privacy Improvements To AirTag
Apple’s AirTag comes with various privacy features built into it, including one that will help prevent people from using the device to stalk or track other people without their knowledge. However, it is far from a perfect system and given that it’s still a relatively new product, it could stand to be improved upon.

You Can Now Buy An AirTag Holder For Your Pet Collars
Apple was pretty clear when they said that the AirTag was not designed to track children or pets, but at the end of the day, the AirTag is really just a tool and it’s up to us how we want to use it. If you think that it has the potential to be a great way to track your pets, then you’ll be pleased to learn that ElevationLab has announced […]

AirTags Can Be Used As An NFC Trigger For iOS Shortcuts
One of the features of iOS is Siri Shortcuts. For non-iOS users, Siri Shortcuts offers a way for iOS users to automate their mobile devices. It can be programmed to do certain things after an event has been triggered, for example putting your iPhone on low battery mode once it hits a certain percent.

This Experiment Found That The AirTag Could Make A Good Anti-Bike Theft Device
Apple’s AirTag has been designed to help you keep track of things like keys. However, could it also be used as a way to prevent the theft of things like maybe your bike? A bike shop recently decided to put it to the test by strapping an AirTag to the underside of the saddle of a bike parked outside of the shop.

More Than 60% Of Apple Customers Plan To Buy The AirTag
Tracking accessories have been around for a while. Tile is probably one of the biggest names in that space, but it seems that the arrival of Apple’s AirTags has piqued the public’s interest again. According to a recent survey conducted by SellCell, they found that more than 60% of Apple customers plan on buying the AirTag.

Apple’s AirTag Has Already Been Hacked
Apple’s AirTag was announced and released not too long ago, but it seems that less than a month since its official unveiling, the gadget has already been hacked. Now the good news is that this hack comes from IT security researcher stacksmashing on Twitter, meaning it’s more about showing off the possibility rather than doing it for malicious purposes.

Amazon And Tile Team Up To Take On Apple’s AirTags
For the longest time ever, Tile was kind of at the forefront of people’s minds when you were looking for a Bluetooth tracker. Their trackers are small, come in various shapes and sizes that suit different purposes, and they’re affordable. But that changed when Apple launched the AirTag, where combined with Apple’s Find My network and UWB tracking, has turned the accessory into a serious competitor.

Someone Modified An AirTag To Make It Fit Into A Wallet
Apple’s AirTag launched last month and for the most part, it is very functional. Reviews have heaped praise on the accessory, although one chief complaint/feedback that we’ve seen is that Apple should have designed it to make it more wallet-friendly, since along with keys, wallets are things we sometimes forget to take with us or lose.

Australian Retailer Pulls AirTags From Shelves Over Child Safety Concerns
One of the main criticisms about Apple’s products is that the batteries used in these products tend to be fixed, meaning that to replace them would be difficult and not as easy as swapping them out for a new one. However, to everyone’s surprise, Apple’s AirTags actually comes with a removable battery and also uses a battery you can easily buy in stores.

You Can Actually Drill A Keyring Hole Into The AirPods, But Maybe You Shouldn’t
A couple of weeks ago, Apple officially launched the AirTags tracking accessory. While initial reviews of the accessory have been largely positive, one of the things that many had wished the AirTags had was a hole that could allow it to be attached onto keyrings. After all, for an accessory that is meant to help track items like keys, it seems rather keyring-unfriendly.

Apple Reminds Us That The AirTags Aren’t Meant To Track Children Or Pets
After a lot of rumors are seemingly “delayed” launches, just a few days ago, Apple’s AirTags were officially announced. The accessory, much like other tracking accessories, can be used to keep track of things like keys, your bags, and so on, but what about using it to track your kid’s whereabouts, or maybe your pet?

Apple’s AirTags UWB Tracking Accessory Has Been Officially Announced
After what felt like years, Apple has finally and officially announced its AirTags tracking accessory. Given the number of leaks we’ve seen, the design of the device doesn’t really come as a surprise. It is round and puck-shaped and can be attached to a variety of things via the optional accessories that Apple and other third-party manufacturers sell.

Apple Confirms ‘Spring Loaded’ Event For April 20
Earlier, it was reported that Siri had seemingly revealed when Apple’s next event would be hosted, which is the 20th of April. However, Apple had yet to send out invites to the event, so we couldn’t be sure if it was accurate. The good news is that you no longer have to wonder because Apple has confirmed it.

Apple’s Rumored AirTags Could Be Priced At $39
According to the rumors, Apple is working on a tracking accessory similar to Tile called the AirTags. Given that this will be an official Apple accessory, some might be wondering how expensive such a gadget could be. According to a video by EverythingApplePro, they cite leakster Max Weinbach who tipped them off that the accessory could be priced around $39.

Apple’s March 23 Event Was Apparently Never Real To Begin With
Earlier this month, it was initially rumored that Apple could be hosting an event on the 23rd of March. It made sense as Apple typically hosts an event around this time of the year, plus the date was also revealed by several leaksters who have been known to be extremely accurate with their posts in the past.

Apple Could Be Hosting An Event On March 23
A report from February had suggested that Apple will be hosting an event on the 16th of March. The event was said to introduce a bunch of new Apple products, like the rumored tracking accessory, the AirTags, as well as updates to the iPad lineup where we could see Apple introduce the use of mini LEDs to the tablet.