Have you pre-ordered the newest Apple AirTags? Can’t wait to try them on once they arrive? Surprisingly, for some AirTags customers, the long wait is now gone.
In a very surprising turn-of-events, Apple was able to deliver their products in an earlier time than indicated. An unknown AirTags customer shared on Wednesday, April 28, that he might be the very first one to officially have the latest Apple product. Here’s how he did it.
First AirTags owner
Whenever you’re delivering online, issues of delayed deliveries is already a normal issue. Shockingly, not for Apple today.
In a 9to5Mac report, the unnamed customer said that he received his AirTags product, few days before its official expected shipping which is on Friday, April 30. No one knows, even the customer, on how did it happen in the first place. But to give you background, he said that he bought the 4-pack AirTag product from Best Buy on Friday, and received it on Monday, April 26.
As 9to5Mac explains, the reason that the product might have gone in early delivery was probably because of Best Buy’s delivery operations. Not due to Apple’s favor. Despite that, all AirTags deliveries are still expected to arrive two days from now, April 30.
Where to buy AirTags
If you’re still looking for an AirTag product for yourself, don’t worry you still have the chance to purchase your own model. Here are the stores that sell AirTags online:
- Apple website
- Amazon – though deliveries may still vary depending on availability and place of delivery
- Best Buy – store says “will ship by release date,” which is on Friday, April 30
- B&H Photo – good for pre-order
- Adorama – good for pre-order
- Target – good for pre-order but no listed release dates announced yet
A single AirTag starts prices at $29. Meanwhile, a four-pack costs $99. To use it, just stick the AirTags product to any items that you might be bringing everyday: keys, wallets, bags, etc. Once attached, turn-on the Bluetooth of your iPhone to find your item once it gets lost.
This device will track your item, where it is attached with. You can locate it through your iPhone or any Apple devices you connected it with.
As described by Apple, “…incredible new capability to iPhone users with the introduction of AirTag, leveraging the vast Find My network, to help them keep track of and find the important items in their lives,” said Kaiann Drance, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide iPhone Product Marketing. “With its design, unparalleled finding experience, and built-in privacy and security features, AirTag will provide customers with another way to leverage the power of the Apple ecosystem and enhance the versatility of iPhone.”
Hermes Apple AirTags
If you’re in for a luxurious type of AirTags, TechVisibility recommends you to buy this latest Hermes Apple AirTags for a whopping $699. Just like the standard AirTags, the user also gets to find their missing items once they lose it, as long as AirTags is attached.
Aside that, the AirTag Hermes also have the iconic brown leather with its white stitching– which probably shouts rich for its owners.