Prosser's provided render isn't far off from previous concepts we've seen, but this is certainly our best look yet at the AirTags design.
Like other key finders, the puck-like AirTags can be used to help you keep track of valuables like keys, computers, wallets and purses. The tracker communicates with your phone, so if you misplace the item it's connected to, you can find its location.
This upcoming tracking system is reportedly powered by Ultra-wideband technology. UWB is expected to arrive for most (if not all) Apple products in the near-future, and considered extremely accurate for determining location.
Apple AirTags (codename: B389)- White front (no logo) CLEAN!- Polished metal back- Apple logo on back3D render made by the AMAZING @CConceptCreator. Sources shared with me a video of the real AirTags — to protect them, we made a 3D render to show you. pic.twitter.com/aKGOATXMMOSeptember 14, 2020
Prosser doesn't have an AirTags price to share, but expects they'll be expensive. Plus the AirTags keychain, which is necessary to attach the device to a keyring, will be sold separately.
Of course, we could see third-party sellers develop their own AirTags keychains, too.
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