AirTags are reaching their first customers today, and with that, we have what it looks like, the first details of Apple’s newest product.Follow it to take a look inside the AirTag list tracker, how the speakers work, and more.
Japanese YouTube channel Haruki shared a 14-minute in-depth AirTag today.We know the tracker easily opens to replace the 2032 coin-cell battery, but this video lets us take a look at the internal components with bluetooth, U1 chip, and more. All included in the compact disc.
With the metal battery cover removed, removing the plastic housing inside is fairly easy to get into the AirTag, as long as you have a thin enough pry tool.
One interesting design is how Apple uses the coil housing when the speaker is paired with a small “voice coil motor” in the center of the device.
It appears that the voice-coil motor placed in a central magnetic field vibrates due to a change in current and the housing on the winding side acts as a diaphragm.
With subtitles in Japanese, we are unable to understand all the details described in Haruki̵7;s videos, but it will not be long before iFixit destroys AirTag.
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