Today marks the launch of Apple’s AirTag tracker, with first pre-orders set to deliver today.
If you’re still waiting for UPS to deliver your precious AirTags, we’re now seeing the first teardown videos on the web, as expected.
The following videos show what the internals of the AirTag looks like. The teardown don’t look that difficult as it appears Apple did not use copious amounts of glue or adhesives—just a flathead screwdriver opens it right up.
Check out some of the early AirTag teardown videos below:
In the centre of the AirTag we see a speaker, surrounded by the motherboard in the shape of a donut, while other antenna coils can be seen on the very bottom.
Of course, we’ll have to await iFixit for their polished teardown of AirTag, but in the meantime, the videos above show you what to expect if you’re looking to destroy your AirTag for the sake of science.
Apple’s AirTag starts at $39 for a 1-pack or $129 for a 4-pack on Apple.ca.