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AirTag one year later: A re-evaluation

The Weekender
Today marks the first birthday of AirTag, Apple’s tiny tracker that makes it easy to locate lost keys, bags and other items.
After spending a year with the Mentos-shaped tracking tags, our reviewer Ed Hardy takes a look at how AirTag evolved – and what the future might hold.
Personally, I like AirTags, even though they’re about as sexy as an insurance policy. Have you been using them?
Elsewhere in The Weekender you’ll find:
Have a good one …
– Lewis Wallace, managing editor

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