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Apple rumored to release 'AirTags' trackers this year

Apple's rumored 'AirTags' would let you track your stuff like keys, wallets, and more

By Anthony Garreffa on Jan 29, 2020 09:43 pm CST - 0 mins, 46 secs reading time

It seems like Apple is wanting to let the apple fall a little farther from the tree, with its purported new AirTags being teased by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

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Kuo's latest research note suggests a bunch of new Apple products to be announced this year, with one of them being Ultra Wideband-enabled AirTags. Apple's new AirTags would be very much like a Tile tracker tag, with Apple's new AirTags to support Ultra Wideband, something that will enable much more accuracy than Bluetooth LE and Wi-Fi.

In her note, Kuo said: "We forecast that Apple's major new hardware products in 1H20 include the 4.7-inch LCD iPhone, iPad Pro, MacBook Pro/Air, smaller wireless charging mat, UWB tag, and a high-end Bluetooth headphone".

We should expect Apple's new AirTags to be announced in the coming months, and I'm sure many more leaks and details between now and then.

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