IFixit turned Apple’s new AirTags into a leaf (and they even opened a hole for them)!

The Apple AirTags form a lifeline for all those users, who have a tendency to ή forget or lose their loved ones objects. Having tiny dimensions they certainly incorporate the tip of her spear tracking technology, but the tech geeks will definitely have been eaten by curiosity to take a look and see what is hidden in interior their. In particular, AirTags have several compact design and inside them hides a battery which the user changes.

But beyond that teardown iFixit “experts” took it a step further, as they decided to open a hole, which penetrated the outer and inner shell. The reason; But very simply to allow AirTag to attached in any keychain (don’t try this at home). And although the process was a bit brutal, the “patient” did not die and works normally, without the slightest problem.

In fact, the iFixit team ddid not stop there, as he did not hesitate to go through… X-rays, while even compared AirTags with similar products such as Tile Mate and Galaxy SmartTag, concluding that Apple’s tracking gadget is the most “Packed” and the one in which it has become the most correct exploitation of available space. Read the “finding” of iFixit by clicking here.


Source: Digital Life! by www.digitallife.gr.

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