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We took Apple AirTags out for a spin — Dieter and Vjeran played a game of hide-and-seek, seeing if an AirTag is really good enough to reveal location when it's lost. Dieter also goes over how this $29 location tracker works, how it protects your privacy, and whether or not it can do anything for Android users.
AirTags and the new "Precision Finding" in action.
Apple's newest product is a tracker called an AirTag. You attach it to an item and can keep track of it with your iPhone's Find My app. AirTags work with any iPhone or iPod Touch on iOS 14.5, or on any iPad on iPadOS 14.5. A single AirTag costs $29 and a four-pack is $99. You can order an AirTag starting Friday April 23 and AirTags will be available on April 30.
Today we do an unboxing of the new Apple Airtags and Purple iPhone 12!
Very excited about these AirTags!
For now, though, Apple’s AirTags make a strong first impression. They’re cheap enough, they have user-replaceable batteries, the speaker is tremendously helpful, and Precision Finding is a breakthrough for the perpetually forgetful. I definitely still have some testing to do, but if you’ve already bought into the Apple ecosystem, AirTags are shaping up to be a no-brainer of a purchase.