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All the AirTag Accessories You Need to Know About
We've rounded all the AirTag accessories. From keychains to mounts, croakies to clips.
Apple first introduced AirTags, its button-shaped item tracking devices, back in 2021. Since then, a lot of third-party and Apple-made accessories have been released.
Given the nature of AirTags — they're designed to be placed on a wide variety of items and gadgets (and even your pet) — you'll need to buy an accessory to go along with it. There's no keychain loop or magnetic clip integrated into AirTag, after all.
Below, we've rounded up our favorite AirTag accessories of 2023:
Apple AirTag Leather Key Ring Read More
Belkin AirTag Case with Key Ring Read More
Speck SiliRing for AirTag Read More
OtterBox Rugged Case Read More
Apple AirTag Leather Loop Read More
Common Questions About AirTags, Answered:
What is the range of an AirTag?
AirTags do not have a defined range because they work within the range of Apple's Find My network. This means as long as an AirTag is within Bluetooth range of anybody's iPhone (or other Apple device), it can passively communicate with it and then help you locate it. For example, you can locate an AirTag that's hundreds of miles away so long as somebody with an iPhone walks near it. However, if you lose an AirTag in a remote-but-nearby place that nobody is likely to walk by, like the woods behind your house, you're unlikely to locate it as quick.
Do you have to charge an AirTag?
You do not have to charge an AirTag, but you will have to change its battery. Each AirTag relies on a circular CR2032 battery, which you can buy for a few bucks on Amazon. To remove the battery, flip the AirTag over to the polished metal side, push down and twist clockwise.
What is the battery life of an AirTag?
Apple claims that the battery of an AirTag should last about one year, but we won't know for sure how accurate that is until a year has gone by since its release.
Are AirTags waterproof?
No, but they are close. Each AirTag has an IP67 water and dust resistance rating, meaning it can be submerged in one meter of water for up to 30 minutes. This is roughly the same water-resistance rating as the iPhone SE 2020, but it's not as good as the IP68 rating of the latest iPhones, which allows them to be submerged in six meters of water for 30 minutes.
How do you attach AirTags to things?
Unless you can slip the AirTag into a bag or into your wallet, you'll almost definitely need to buy an accessory that's specifically designed for an AirTag — and there's a whole ecosystem of Apple-made or third-party-made accessories for AirTags. Check them out below.
We've roundup all the best AirTag accessories that you can easily fit on a bag, keychain or even pet collar.
Apple doesn't exactly recommend using AirTags for pet tracking, but that hasn't stopped people just doing exactly that. These are the best dog and cat collars that are designed to hold an AirTag.
Wether you want to stick an AirTag in your wallet, on your belt loop, on your bike or on the back of your computer, there's an accessory just for that.