AirTag is here. Apple launched the new tile trackers at its ‘Spring Loaded’ event on 20 April, following months of speculation. Many of the rumours weren’t far wide of the mark – AirTags take the form of small circular discs that can be attached to everyday items you’d really rather not lose.
These include valuables like a wallet and keys, but the IP67 water and dust resistance rating opens up a world of possibilities. Official screenshots highlight everything from an umbrella to a bicycle, while it could also be used to keep tabs on your pet’s location. All these can then be tracked in Apple’s ‘Find My’ app, from where you can already keep tabs on the whereabouts of your iPhone, iPad or Mac.
We were certainly impressed in our
AirTag review, describing them as ‘the best option on the market right now’ among Bluetooth trackers.
If you’re considering investing in the AirTag ecosystem, now is the perfect time. AirTags are on sale now, both via the Apple website and third-party retailers. Here’s everything you need to know about buying one (or a pack of four) for yourself.
When is the AirTag release date?
AirTag was announced at Apple’s Spring hardware event on 20 April. They officially went on sale from 30 April.
How much does AirTag cost?
The AirTag pricing is relatively simple. It costs £29/US$29 to buy one, or you can get a pack of four for £99/US$99. Free engravings are exclusive to Apple, although a wide range of accessories are also available.
These include a £35 leather key ring and £29 polyurethane loop, while a partnership with luxury manufacturer Hermès expands the lineup of premium add-ons.
Where to buy Apple AirTag
The obvious place to buy AirTags is from the Apple website, with the trackers available to buy in the
US and many other countries around the world.
However, now they’re officially on sale, AirTags are also available via the following third-party retailers in the UK:
Amazon – Both in stock
AO – Only 4-pack in stock – costs £103
Argos – Both in stock and eligible for Nectar points
Currys PC World – Both in stock, 4-pack comes with 5 months’ free Apple Music, Arcade & News+ for new customers (existing customers get 2 months of Apple Music and 4 months of Arcade & News+)
John Lewis – Both in stock
Laptops Direct – Both in stock, 1-pack costs £28.97
Very – Both in stock
In the US, it’s the following:
Check out more of the best deals below:
If you’d like to learn more, check out our
full guide to AirTags, and for ideas of how to use your AirTags read
What to use AirTags for. You may also be interested in the
other products launched at the ‘Spring Loaded’ event.