Apple increases price of AirTags in the UK
Apple has increased the price of AirTags in the United Kingdom, with prices increasing by around 20 percent from £29 to £35.
Despite Apple pulling the online Apple Store today to announce its redesigned entry-level iPad and new M2 iPad Pro, the price increase appears to have been in place for some time according to internet archive service Wayback Machine, which shows that Apple upped the price of AirTags in the UK since September, with a single AirTag now priced at £35, and a four-pack priced at £119, up from £99.
The price increases follow after The Apple Post reported how other Apple accessories have seen price increases in recent weeks in the UK, including Lightning to SD Card Camera Reader, which saw a price increase from £29 to £35, and the MagSafe Charger for iPhone, which is now priced at £45, compared to the original price of £39.
Apple quietly increases price of MagSafe Charger in the UK https://t.co/mFJ1ExLp45 by @TomSykes pic.twitter.com/J85wvgbzKz
— theapplepost.com (@theapplepost) September 30, 2022
Apple announced AirTag last year — the iPhone maker’s long-rumored tracking accessory that integrates with the Find My app to allow users to track items such as handbags, keys, backpacks, or other items from their iPhone.
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