Apple to release second-generation AirTag next year, says Kuo
Apple is working on a second-generation AirTag that will likely enter mass production in the fourth quarter of 2024, according to reputable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Taking to X, formerly known as Twitter, on Wednesday, Kuo says he believes the new second-generation AirTag will offer better integration with the iPhone maker’s upcoming Apple Vision Pro mixed-reality headset, although no further details or potential new features were rumored.
AirTag is a small, coin-shaped device designed to be attached to personal items like keys, bags, or wallets. It uses Bluetooth technology to connect to an iPhone or other Apple device, allowing users to track and locate their belongings using the “Find My” app.
Apple launched AirTag in 2021, priced at $29.