Apple's AirTag has become a common go-to for item tracking, and with the release of iOS 17 users can start sharing their AirTags with family and friends. Prior to this update, AirTags could only be used with a single Apple ID, which prevented sharing their location. With iOS 17 or later installed on iPhone, an AirTag can easily be shared to track items with Find My.
AirTags have limited functionality on Android devices. For full use of all AirTag features, they require access to the Apple Find My network and the U1 chip for Ultra Wideband.
No, an individual AirTag can only be tracked by a single Apple ID.
This means the same AirTag cannot be shared by two or more people's devices. Because the AirTag can only be paired with a single Apple ID, it can only be tracked by devices which are signed in with the same Apple ID.
AirTag batteries are replaceable and last up to one year with normal operation. But how can you check the AirTag battery level?
See how much power is left on your AirTag battery by following the steps below:
AirTag uses Bluetooth LE to connect to a wide variety of iPhones and even Android devices.
Any iPhone running iOS 14.5 or later can be used with AirTags. This includes: