Apple AirTag
Apple AirTag
By: Apple
Price S.P 630,000     
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Lightweight Design with Magical Setup
Each round AirTag is small and lightweight, features precision-etched polished stainless steel, and is IP67 water- and dust-resistant.
2 A built-in speaker plays sounds to help locate AirTag, while a removable cover makes it easy for users to replace the battery.
3 AirTag features the same magical setup experience as AirPods — just bring AirTag close to iPhone and it will connect. 
Users can assign AirTag to an item and name it with a default like “Keys” or “Jacket,” or provide a custom name of their choosing.

A Comprehensive Finding Experience
Once AirTag is set up, it will appear in the new Items tab in the Find My app, where users can view the item’s current or last known location on a map. 
If a user misplaces their item and it is within Bluetooth range, they can use the Find My app to play a sound from the AirTag to help locate it. 
Users can also ask Siri to find their item, and AirTag will play a sound if it is nearby.

Privacy and Security Built In
AirTag is designed from the ground up to keep location data private and secure. No location data or location history is physically stored inside AirTag. 
Communication with the Find My network is end-to-end encrypted so that only the owner of a device has access to its location data, and no one, including Apple, knows the identity or location of any device that helped find it.
AirTag is also designed with a set of proactive features that discourage unwanted tracking, an industry first. 
Bluetooth signal identifiers transmitted by AirTag rotate frequently to prevent unwanted location tracking. 
iOS devices can also detect an AirTag that isn’t with its owner, and notify the user if an unknown AirTag is seen to be traveling with them from place to place over time. 
And even if users don’t have an iOS device, an AirTag separated from its owner for an extended period of time will play a sound when moved to draw attention to it. 
If a user detects an unknown AirTag, they can tap it with their iPhone or NFC-capable device and instructions will guide them to disable the unknown AirTag.

The Find My Network Accessory Program
Third-party products and accessories can also add support for finding with the new Find My network accessory program. 
Through the program, device and product manufacturers can now build finding capabilities directly into their products using the advanced Find My network with uncompromising privacy built in, allowing customers to use the Find My app to locate other important items in their lives. 
Details about the program can be found at mfi.apple.com.