AirTags Accessories Point to Imminent Apple Tags Release
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AirTags Accessories Point to Imminent Apple Tags Release

AirTags, Apple’s much-awaited response to Tile, are finally on their way to users. I know, their arrival has been teased for a looong time now but we’re inclined to believe the rumors now, especially after retailers have started promoting their AirTags accessories.

Besides encouraging reports from Ming-Chi Kuo regarding their 2021 release, the AirTags accessories popping up on the Internet have given us hope.

Much like with phones, where third-party cases oftentimes confirm the design and size, these special keychains and glasses holder models point to an imminent AirTags release.

As you know, AirTags are Apple’s version of Tile Bluetooth devices, intended to track items that would otherwise be easily lost like a wallet or a pair of keys.

The last rumors about them pointed to a sleek design and two release sizes. But that was in October 2020 and since then, Samsung came out with SmartTag+, beating Apple to it.

With competition growing, Apple will definitely hurry up. And perhaps retailers know this better than anyone else, as they’ve started releasing high-quality keyrings in black and stone (beige) vegan leather.

These have a button clasp in place that keeps it safe and a clip-on carabiner that can also be used to attach the AirTags to any other object, besides your keys.

FIND THEM HERE.

Nomad is also toying with the idea of a glasses holder accessory for Apple AirTags.

As someone who’s been wearing prescription glasses for a while now, this is God-send!

Now, it’s up to Apple to stick with their “part of the deal” and release the trackers.

If It Has a Camera, We Know Something About It.

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AirTags Accessories Point to Imminent Apple Tags Release
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