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The new Apple AirTag successor is in the testing phase and is expected to be released in 2025


Apple is set to release a new version of its popular AirTag item tracker sometime in 2025, and this update to the 2021 device, codenamed B589, is currently undergoing testing with manufacturing partners in Asia according to Apple analyst Mark Gurman of Bloomberg.

The new AirTag is expected to have a more powerful chip for better location tracking.
Specific details about the new AirTag are not available, but Gurman expects a more powerful chip to improve location tracking. This is in line with the predictions of famous Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo from October 2023, who also suggested a release in 2025 and possible compatibility with the upcoming Vision Pro technology. Camel.

While official features are still under wraps, Gorman expressed his desire for a louder speaker, longer battery life, and a wallet-friendly version of the AirTag.

It's worth noting that third-party companies already offer wallet-compatible trackers that work with Apple's Find My network.

Apple has been at the forefront of implementing anti-stalking features into item trackers, and has continually improved these safeguards over time.

This focus on user safety has prompted other manufacturers to adopt similar measures in an attempt to prevent misuse of trackers.