Apple has announced its much-awaited tracking device called AirTag in the first Apple event of 2021. The AirTag uses a U1 chip and is IP67 water- and dust resistance certified. These AirTags can help track items like keys, bags, etc, and provides precise distance with visual, audio, and haptic feedback.
The U1 chip-based iPhone accessory from the Cupertino-based firm is designed to ‘locate the items that matter most‘, including handbag, keys, backpack, or other items.
If the AirTag becomes disconnected from its user or is no longer within Bluetooth range, the Find My network may assist in its recovery. Since the gadget is water-resistant, you can stick it to almost everything. NFC, Bluetooth LE, an accelerometer, Siri support, an accessibility mode for blind or low-vision users, and a reported one-year battery life are among the other features of AirTag. In terms of protection and privacy, Apple says that the AirTag does not hold data and that contact with the Find My network is encrypted end-to-end.