The Apple AirTag starts at $29 USD and will be available on April 30, 2021.
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The Apple AirTag is a great way to keep track of your belongings if you have an iPhone and are in the Apple ecosystem.
- The Apple AirTags are easy to set up and use.
- The speaker is helpful for finding items.
- Apple has paid attention to privacy, so the location trackers can't be misused.
- The Apple AirTags are cheap enough, especially if you buy them in bulk.
- The Apple AirTags have user-replaceable batteries.
- The AirTags add up in cost when you include additional accessories.
- The AirTags could be louder.
- The AirTags don't have a lot of features.
You should get the AirTags if you’re an Apple user. The AirTags are a no-brainer. They’re cheap enough, they have user-replaceable batteries, and the speaker is tremendously helpful.
You should not get the AirTags if you’re not already in the Apple ecosystem. AirTags are a tough sell. They’re expensive and don’t offer any real benefits over other Bluetooth trackers.
Reviews We Analyzed
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Here’s the scoop on AirTags — if you have an iPhone and are in the Apple ecosystem, they make a whole lot of sense. We’re all getting ready to go back out into the world, maybe even planning some trips, and this is a super-simple way to keep track of things.
- Jacob Krol
TechRadar: Hands on: Apple AirTag review
The Apple AirTags have been a long time coming, and so far they don’t disappoint. They’re simple to set up and use, the Precision Finding feature looks set to help you quickly locate misplaced items, and Apple has paid plenty of attention to privacy to ensure the location trackers can’t be misused. However, there’s no denying that they’re a costly accessory, especially if you want to attach one to keys or bag straps.
- Carrie Skinner
Apple's AirTag is super easy to set up and uses ultra wideband to precisely track lost items, but it could be louder.
- Mark Spoonauer
Apple AirTag is fast and easy to set up, and its directional location tracking looks promising.
- Matthew Bolton
If you really need these, I'd start with the single pack first and then build your way up.
- Brenda Stolyar
Honestly, I’m going to wait to see how the third-party accessories work out. If I can get a half-decent leather keychain holder for the equivalent of $20 or so, then I think it makes a lot of sense spending $50 all-in with the tracker itself.
- Jon Porter
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.
- Chris Velazco
It's like a 21st-century luggage tag.
- Marques Brownlee
I'm actually looking forward to losing things.
I feel like Apple has really done a good job in making it very accessible for $29 for an Apple product. It's right in line with a lot of the other options in the industry.
- Justin Tse
I am super-pumped for AirTags. I am glad they're official, and I love the functionality that we're getting out of these.
Apple AirTags are designed around the CR2032 batteries that are inside, and you can easily replace them yourself.
Yeah, it's better to have an AirTag than not to have an AirTag, but these aren't theft-proof. But if you're prone to losing stuff and you have an iPhone, you should definitely get one.
- Sam Sheffer
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