1. Jude526's Avatar
    I got them. And I like them a lot!
    ksassy, aximtreo and Up_And_Away like this.
    01-24-2022 10:56 PM
  2. Up_And_Away's Avatar
    Congrats, I have one for my keys and think they’re great too.
    Imho the entire FindMy network is an excellent value add for IPhone/Apple eco users.
    01-25-2022 02:28 AM
  3. Annie_M's Avatar
    I agree! And I am tempted to get another for my husband's keys. He dropped them the other day, and I picked them up. I put them on his desk, which he immediately covered up with some papers, and of course, I was unjustly blamed for misplacing them!!! I would love to put an AirTag on his keyring, but he wouldn't tolerate the extra bulk (which isn't really bad)!!!
    01-25-2022 08:33 AM
  4. si001's Avatar
    My life is way easier since my wife have an airtag in her bag, on on her AirPods, and on her keys.
    No more “where’s this, where’s that”
    01-25-2022 09:57 AM
  5. Ed7789's Avatar
    I'm yet to use my AirTags for finding anything. It is more common that I ping my phone from my watch than anything else.

    This said, I'm considering buying an AirTag for my office keychain, because I always forget where I leave them.
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    01-25-2022 08:05 PM
  6. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    I’ve yet to purchase an AirTag and if I bought one, I wouldn’t even know what to use it with. I really don’t misplace things like my wallet, keys, phone, etcetera. Sometime last summer, I returned home from getting groceries at a Publix grocery store and then panicked when I thought I left my iPhone at the register. Of course, it wasn’t there when I went to retrieve it. My iPhone is almost always on me and sure enough it was in one of the cargo pockets of the jogger pants I was wearing.

    I supposed that would have been a good time to have an AirTag, huh?….(Laughing)
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    01-25-2022 08:22 PM
  7. TgeekB's Avatar
    I’ve yet to purchase an AirTag and if I bought one, I wouldn’t even know what to use it with. I really don’t misplace things like my wallet, keys, phone, etcetera. Sometime last summer, I returned home from getting groceries at a Publix grocery store and then panicked when I thought I left my iPhone at the register. Of course, it wasn’t there when I went to retrieve it. My iPhone is almost always on me and sure enough it was in one of the cargo pockets of the jogger pants I was wearing.

    I supposed that would have been a good time to have an AirTag, huh?….(Laughing)
    Agree. I’m just not sure what I would use it for. I’ve lived without one all my life and don’t see how it would improve anything.
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    01-25-2022 08:54 PM
  8. Jude526's Avatar
    I have one in my Rogue. It acts like a LoJack
    I don’t misplace keys a lot but good to have.
    Glad I have them. Got the 4 pack. I have found uses for all 4
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    01-29-2022 11:04 PM
  9. Up_And_Away's Avatar
    I totally understand that POV. I have not used “hey Siri where’s my keys” yet for my AirTag that’s attached to my key ring. I see the AirTag as an inexpensive insurance policy. For 30 bucks plus a few bucks for a battery every following year, I get peace of mind. I put AirTag on the level of paying a couple bucks monthly for ICloud backup. I also haven’t needed a backup in a few years — but if the moment comes I do need it (or the moment comes I can’t find my keys that fell out of my pocket somewhere), the few bucks for iCloud or 30$ for AirTag will have been money very extremely well spent.
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    01-30-2022 02:04 AM
  10. Annie_M's Avatar
    I gave on to my nephew for Christmas and he has a young dog that has decided its fun to explore the neighborhood from time to time. So my nephew put his AirTag on the dog’s collar. Last night, while having dinner with his parents, his iPhone kept alerting my nephew that he had left Murphy behind (who was safely indoors at home)!
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    01-30-2022 07:41 AM
  11. Spencerdl's Avatar
    I'm still trying to figure out what I would use an AirTag for...LOL
    01-30-2022 11:47 AM
  12. Ed7789's Avatar
    I gave on to my nephew for Christmas and he has a young dog that has decided its fun to explore the neighborhood from time to time. So my nephew put his AirTag on the dog’s collar. Last night, while having dinner with his parents, his iPhone kept alerting my nephew that he had left Murphy behind (who was safely indoors at home)!
    That sounds hilarious given the circumstances.
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    01-30-2022 01:34 PM
  13. Annie_M's Avatar
    That sounds hilarious given the circumstances.
    Yes, definitely!
    01-30-2022 03:19 PM
  14. si001's Avatar
    Most of the time it's like a fail safe, or peace of mind. For example I have one in my work backpack where I carry my laptop. The day something will happen to that backpack, I'll be glad to have an Airtag hidden in there.
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    02-01-2022 01:40 PM
  15. Jude526's Avatar
    Most of the time it's like a fail safe, or peace of mind. For example I have one in my work backpack where I carry my laptop. The day something will happen to that backpack, I'll be glad to have an Airtag hidden in there.
    I had a vehicle stolen years ago
    Having it in my Rogue gives me peace of mind. It knows where I park and alerts me and questions if ok not on my list! So with that said, glad to have them
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    02-01-2022 06:13 PM
  16. Ed7789's Avatar
    Most of the time it's like a fail safe, or peace of mind. For example I have one in my work backpack where I carry my laptop. The day something will happen to that backpack, I'll be glad to have an Airtag hidden in there.
    I do the same thing. Also, my devices all have kill switches, have remote location reporting, and they are all encrypted. This is to reduce the consequences of device theft
    02-01-2022 07:39 PM
  17. kataran's Avatar
    I have one in my Rogue. It acts like a LoJack
    I don’t misplace keys a lot but good to have.
    Glad I have them. Got the 4 pack. I have found uses for all 4
    Same here I keep mine in my car for now so it’s in use daily.

    I bought a four pack for Christmas with the free engrave and I kept one

    I also bought a dog collar attachment for when I go sightseeing and have my Furbaby off leach I will AirTag him just in case we get separated
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    02-02-2022 07:56 AM
  18. got berry's Avatar
    I had a vehicle stolen years ago
    Having it in my Rogue gives me peace of mind. It knows where I park and alerts me and questions if ok not on my list! So with that said, glad to have them
    I would like to put one in all of my cars. My concern is will it constantly notify my wife and daughter who also drive the cars that they are being tracked by an unknown device?
    02-15-2022 08:28 AM
  19. Jude526's Avatar
    It lets me know where I have parked. Have had no issues
    02-15-2022 08:31 AM
  20. Annie_M's Avatar
    I would like to put one in all of my cars. My concern is will it constantly notify my wife and daughter who also drive the cars that they are being tracked by an unknown device?
    If they know that they are there, then it probably wouldn't bother them.

    I've decided I need one more. I have lost my purse 3 times (in the house, btw) in the last week. It is so annoying, but I'm the only one to blame!
    02-15-2022 08:33 AM
  21. si001's Avatar
    I’m just wondering about very hot or very cold temperatures damaging the AirTags, if it’s always in the car?
    02-15-2022 08:34 AM
  22. got berry's Avatar
    If they know that they are there, then it wouldn't be an issue.
    My wife and daughter would know that they are there, I am wondering about their phone notifying them constantly about an unknown device. Maybe there is a way for all of our devices to recognize it as a known device.
    02-15-2022 08:35 AM
  23. Annie_M's Avatar
    I’m just wondering about very hot or very cold temperatures damaging the AirTags, if it’s always in the car?
    That might be worth checking out with Apple Support via an online chat!
    02-15-2022 08:37 AM
  24. Ed7789's Avatar
    One year later (or almost), how far along is your AirTag battery “life”?

    Mine are all at about 75% charge remaining, so much more than the announced 1 year.
    05-13-2022 06:11 PM
  25. Annie_M's Avatar
    One of mine is around 75%, and one is clearly under 50%. Of course, I got them at different times.
    05-13-2022 08:51 PM
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