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Apple’s item-tracking AirTag is finally here, and it costs $29

At long, long last, Apple’s AirTag is here. First rumored two years ago, the device leverages Ultra Wideband(UWB) technology to allow you to locate items with far more precision than traditional Bluetooth trackers, allowing you to know the item’s direction and distance. The AirTag is IP67 water and dust resistant and features a built-in speaker to help you find it. Somewhat surprisingly, it’s operated via a removable battery rather than charging like many modern devices. You can locate the AirTag using Apple’s Find My app, and it’s paired to your phone much like AirPods, by simply bringing the unit close…

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