Masters of destruction iFixit have discovered you don’t need an expensive accessory for your new Apple AirTags to turn the item tracking discs into a key ring, you just need to be handy with a power drill.
In its most recent teardown, the iFixit team discovered it was possible to drill a small hole into the AirTag, without damaging the functionality in order to make space for a key chain.
Not that we’d advise this, but if you want to attach your AirTag to your keys or backpack or anything else, it might be preferable to the ludicrously priced Hermes-branded accessories that’ll set you back about £300.
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