Apple has an AirTag problem—here’s how to solve it

Apple's tracking devices work too good at the things they're not supposed to be used for.

When Apple finally released AirTags last April, it was a welcome new accessory to the lineup. After years of rumors, an official Apple tracker was finally available to for the items in our life that didn't have a chip in them—keys, backpacks, purses, anything. Our biggest issue on launch day was that the key tag holder cost as much as the AirTag itself.

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Michael Simon

Michael Simon

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