Apple unveils leather accessories for AirTag including Key Rings, Travel Tags, Luggage Tags, and Bag Charms

The new AirTag Apple unveiled during the virtual ‘Spring Loaded’ event today can be attached to a range of new Apple-designed accessories for the device. The AirTag easily be attached to objects or everyday items like purses, school bags, and keys to quickly locate them. The product works with the recently announced Find My network to anonymously share location across Apple’s network of iOS devices.


Apple introduces new AirTag with handcrafted leather accessories

The Leather Key Ring features specially tanned European leather and is available in Product Red, Saddle Brown, and Baltic Blue for $35. The Polyurethane Loop is very durable and lightweight and comes in Electric Orange, Sunflower, Deep Navy, White, and costs $29. Whereas, The Leather Loop arrives in Product Red and Saddle Brown for $39.

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Apple also partnered up with Hermès to introduce AirTag Hermès, a variety of handcrafted leather accessories including the Key Ring, Travel Tag, Luggage Tag, and the Bag Charm. Key Ring and Bag Charm come in Bleu Indigo, Orange leather, and Fauve Barénia, whereas the Luggage Tag and Travel Tag come in only Fauve Barénia leather.

Apple is carbon neutral for global corporate operations, and by 2030, plans to have a net-zero climate impact across the entire business, which includes manufacturing supply chains and all product life cycles. AirTag will use 100% recycled tin in the solder of the main logic board, is free of harmful substances, highly energy-efficient, and uses wood fiber in the packaging that is recycled or comes from “responsibly managed forests”.

Customers can order AirTag at 5 am PDT on Friday, April 23. Privacy is important, and AirTag tracks items, not people. With built-in features like unwanted tag detection, audible alerts, and rotating identifiers. AirTag is priced at $29 or four for $99.

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