I’ve been looking for articles with answers to basic questions about AirTags. Look below and save yourself hours of checking.
Personal note: AirTags only work if used with accessories — they lack either holes by which they can be attached or a sticky back. Each of those accessories adds weight and makes them less suitable for small items.
Accordingly, I believe Tiles still have many uses. They can be stuck to anything, placed on a pre-existing key ring, or simply slid into a wallet. I have Tiles attached to the back of my Kindle Ayotu covers, tucked like credit cards into the back of my wallet, on each of my key rings, and placed on other small items where an AirTag would be useless. Don’t count Tile out yet.
But here are the articles about AirTags
COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF AIRTAGS: DOES ITS ONE TASK NEAR PERFECTLY
REVIEW OF AIRTAGS IN USE
Please note that the title of this article is misleading. The scariest thing about AirTags is their possible use by a stalker to track you. Fortunately, you can locate strange AirTags and disable them. I posted an article on that issue earlier but am including it again next.
FINDING AND DISABLING AN AIRTAG FOUND TO BE MOVING WITH YOU
BUT REPORT CONCLUDES AIRTAGS ARE EFFECTIVE, INEXPENSIVE WAY TO STALK OTHERS
PICK A CUSTOM NAME AND EMOJI FOR YOUR AIRTAG
WHAT DOES THE INSIDE OF AN AIRTAG LOOK LIKE?
HOW TO FIND YOUR AIRTAG’S SERIAL NUMBER AND FIRMWARE
BEST AIRTAG KEYCHAINS, CASES, STRAPS
HOW TO RESET AN AIRTAG
HOW TO DISABLE AN UNWANTED AIRTAG
HOW TO PUT AN AIRTAG IN LOST MODE
IT’S POSSIBLE TO MAKE A THIN AIRTAG FOR USE IN A WALLET