Apple has launched the AirTag at its Spring Loaded event, which can help locate personal belongings using Apple's 'Find My' feature. AirTag uses Ultra Wideband technology that can let compatible iPhones navigate to them, using a built-in speaker.
AirTag also gets an IP67 dust and water resistance rating, and a user-replaceable coin cell battery that Apple claims can last over a year. Compatible with Siri, the AirTag costs ₹3,190 for a single unit, or ₹10,900 for a pack of 4. The AirTag can be ordered in India from 5:30PM IST on April 23.