Apple’s New Product AirTags Accessories Leaked Online

Several new accessories for Apple’s anticipated AirTags appear to have leaked online. And several listings are making a variety of claims about its release date and information about the product’s features.

Previous rumors have been cycling around about Apple’s alleged latest product AirTags, a new set of tracking devices that will help buyers find their belongings. The official name of the products hasn’t been confirmed. However, a YouTube video Apple released showed how to use the Find My App on iPhone and included a leaked screenshot of the word AirTags, imore.com reports.

Some of the listings that were leaked online also included a release window of “late October.” The accessories were posted by Cyrill, an extension of the Spigen brand that makes accessories like cases and charges for iPhone, iPad, and outlet reports.

“Features • Stylish and classy vegan leather strap case perfect accessory for minimalist • Firm button clasp keeps your AirTag securely • Hang your AirTag on your bag, key, wallets, clutches with stylish gold clip-on carabiner • Wireless charging compatible. • CYRILL Basic Leather strap case for Apple AirTag (2020),” the listing states. Another portion of the listing says the AirTags will be coming in 2020, making the information hard to confirm.

Nevertheless, the Apple AirTags will be small, compact, and around the size of a bottle cap. One listing says the accessories will include wireless charging. Imore reports the AirTags has been in development for a little while and were rumored to be released at different dates for the last year. Some rumors claim Apple plans on announcing them in March at an event. But, still, no information has been confirmed.

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