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AirTags : Designed to act as a key finder, which helps in finding objects.

Your AirTag sends out a secure Bluetooth signal that can be detected by nearby devices in the Find My network. These devices send the location of your AirTag to iCloud — then you can go to the Find My app and see it on a map. The whole process is anonymous and encrypted to protect your privacy. ( Source - Apple )

Image of AirTag when you are connecting it to your iPhone.

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AirTag is a supereasy way to keep track of your stuff. Attach one to your keys. Put another in your backpack. And just like that, they’re on your radar in the Find My app, where you can also track down your Apple devices and keep up with friends and family.

An AirTag are small discs that can be tracked via iPhone or iPad but one need to understand that this is not tracked by GPS, but by Bluetooth. It's something you’ll want to pack because it just makes traveling less stressful. An AirTag emits a Bluetooth signal that privately and securely connects to any device in the Find My network (that's Apple's location-tracking feature), and then its location is triangulated by its connections and sent back to your iPhone. The ultra wideband Bluetooth trackers help you keep track of your belongings so you can quickly pick up your luggage from baggage claims.

Image of How an AirTag works

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In the event your suitcase gets lost in transit, it’ll also help you find it faster. The AirTag also come with other perks, too, like an IP67 water and dust resistance rating. AirTags can be used for tracking essentially anything you can attach it to. Apple makes AirTag holders that can be clipped onto keys or even your pet's collar. You can also attach an AirTag to your bike or leave one in your car, which can not only help you find your parking spot but also help police locate them if they're ever stolen.

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Apple AirTags have a plethora of uses beyond tracking your suitcase. Shoppers stick them in their wallets, attach them to pet collars, and even use them to help ensure they know where their kids are. “There are so many reasons to use AirTags that once you have one, you’ll start realizing that you need more of them,” one shopper said of the “almost perfect product.”

Keep in mind that AirTag can only be used by Apple device users — they're not compatible with Androids. If you're looking for a similar device for Androids, try Tile trackers.

Reference :

  1. - Apple's Official Website.

  2. - Travel & Leisure.

  3. - The Verge.

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