What do you want Apple AirTags had a hole so you could attach them to your keys without paying extra? You can do this … if you really want to be careful with the wind. iFixit has done the original Break it down which shows that you can drill a hole in the AirTag even on its crowded electronics. You need to remove the battery first, but the performance remains unchanged.
You may not want to try this on your own. You can damage the “AirTag” if you drill in the wrong place, and each hole kills the water resistance surprisingly. This is proof that Apple would have added a hole (albeit a small one) if it wanted to.
The first tears also show how well the AirTags compare with their competitors. Where a Mother Tiles and Samsung Way SmartTag with mobile boards (if small) with a lot of unused space, Apple suspends its ability to use its computer in a ring-shaped design that still retains a flexible battery. AirTag can be the place to choose if you want something smart, as long as you’re in Apple’s environment.
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