It seems like the AirTag announcement from Apple is beyond just grapevine gossip at this point. Companies like Samsung and Oppo have both released designs for their own tagging chips, hinting at healthy competition, and now an Apple accessory maker has inadvertently leaked the news out. A listing on mobile accessory maker Cyrill’s website shows what they’re calling the Apple AirTag Strap — a small keyring-style case designed to hold the rumored Apple “AirTags.”
The keyring case is ideal for the AirTags, which are roughly coin-sized. The tags slide right into their leather casing, while a flap and press-stud shuts to enclose the circular tag within. On the other end of Cyrill’s AirTag Strap is a ring to store your keys or USB sticks. The idea is to pair the AirTags with your phone, which then lets you keep track of your keys and other belongings using the “Find My” feature. Given its coin-like shape, the AirTags could easily be kept in your wallet too, ensuring you never lose a belonging again.
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