Apple AirTag use ultra-wideband technology and Apple’s existing network of devices to help you track down lost or stolen items. Here’s what you need to know before you attach them to everything you own.

It’s a small, puck-shaped tracker that can help you locate misplaced or stolen items with the Find My app and can be engraved with letters or an image of your choosing for free. Accessories, like keychains, luggage tags, and loops, which hold the device, are sold separately.

AirTags use ultra-wideband technology and take advantage of Apple’s existing network of devices, which work as crowdsourced beacons to ping each other in order to determine your missing item’s location. Here’s what to know before you slap an AirTag on everything you own.

Compatible iPhones and iPads can use the Find My app to identify the approximate location of a missing, AirTag-equipped item. However, in order to track an AirTag, you must be running iOS 14.5 or above on your iPhone or iPadOS 14.5+ on your tablet.

Setup is simple. Take the device out of the box and pull out the tab to activate the AirTag. Hold it near your compatible mobile device, which will detect the tracker and prompt you to set it up, similar to AirPods or a HomePod device. You can then name your AirTag after the device it will be in charge of tracking. The AirTag is then registered to your Apple ID.

Lastly, Cackle Telecommunications is proud to provide Apple AirTag to NZ businesses. Explore our selection to find the solution that’s right for you.

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