5 ways to use AirTags when you’re heading for a holiday

Misplaced your belongings? Ever heard of AirTags?

5 ways to use AirTags when you’re heading for a holiday

Travelling seems fascinating on the outside, but it can get intimidating for some. Lugging around your belongings in a suitcase, hopping in and out of hotels, are all part of travelling. With all of this, comes yet another problem of leaving things behind. Even though you may have kept count of your belongings, it can get misplaced. So, should you do in such a scenario? Did you know you can keep a check on them no matter where you are? Enter Apple AirTag.

These are essentially button-shaped tracking device which helps a person find his personal belongings and objects such as bags, purse, keys, etc. Launched in 2021, AirTags have only now started getting recognition among professional travellers.

They are compatible with most Apple devices running iOS 15 and beyond. To find a lost item, you can track a registered AirTag from the ‘Find My’ section.

How to make the best use of an AirTag?

AirTags are water resistant, and hence you can easily put it over any liquid items or bottles.

– The normal range of an AirTag is 100 metres using Bluetooth. Furthermore, one can experiment and try whether or not the connection is available.

– The best part is you can connect as many as 16 AirTags using a single device all at once. 16 items checkisted!

– Airtags aren’t prone to any stalking and follow ups. The privacy and security of your belonging is for sure taken care of. It sends notifications when any stalking attempts are noticed.

– Did you know AirTags are also compatible with Android phones? With the “Tracker Detect” app on Google Play Store, Android users can keep a check on their items too.

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