What you need to know
- Apple is rumored to be announcing AirTags tracking devices soon.
- They could debut as soon as next month.
- A new rumor now suggests there may be two different sizes of the device.
A new rumor from highly-accurate Twitter leaker l0vetodream states Apple may release its AirTags tracking device in two different sizes.
In classic cryptic fashion, l0vetodream posted overnight simply stating:
This was followed up by another tweet that stated 'tag TAG'. It seems fairly clear that l0vetodream is referring to the notion that Apple is planning to announce two sizes of its AirTags tracking device.
Apple's AirTags have been rumored for some time, and the most recent rumors suggest they may debut alongside Apple's ARM Macs at a November event, after previously being scheduled for a release next year.
From that report:
Apple's AirTags are rumored to use ultra-wideband technology to help you locate valuables and easily-lost items like phones, keys, and wallets. The suggestion of two sizes could indicate that Apple plans to release a smaller and larger version of the Tile-esque tracking devices to allow different applications, such as the inclusion in a wallet or purse, or perhaps on a keychain. If the most recent rumors regarding an announcement are correct, we only have a few weeks to wait before we find out.
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