What you need to know
- Apple’s AirTag tracker is now available to buy and someone already took one apart.
- A 14-minute video shows us everything there is to see inside an AirTag.
It was only a matter of time.
Apple’s AirTag item tracker has only been on the market for a matter of hours but someone has already taken one apart and filmed the whole thing.
The new tracker, priced at $39 and available now, uses a standard 2032 coin-like battery and we’ve already seen the thing taken apart. But the Japanese YouTube channel Haruki took things a step further and we can catch the whole thing in glorious technicolor. And 4K, no less.
Check it out.
First spotted by 9to5Mac, the video gives us a good look at what’s going on deep inside an AirTag, complete with U1 chip and Bluetooth gubbins. It definitely makes for an interesting watch and it never ceases to amaze how small these kinds of components are. The largest part of an AirTag is very much that 2032 battery I mentioned earlier.
You can order your very own AirTag right now, but we wouldn’t recommend taken one of these things apart yourself. AirTag is already looking to be one of the best Bluetooth trackers you can buy and it’d be a shame to break it!
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