What happens if you try to send Apple AirTags to the iPhone maker’s CEO, Tim Cook (Apple Park in Cupertino), and Elon Musk (SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne California) and an address in North Korea?
What’s interesting is how with AirTags, Laing was able to get tracking updates faster than DHL, shedding some light on where packages land and how often you get updates from the shipping company. Thanks to the Find My network of 1 billion Apple devices, Laing was able to get some timely interesting updates all the time.
Update: Laing tells iPhone in Canada via email he spent 13.59 Euros per parcel (base fee 8.89 Euros; tracking/insurance 4 Euros and 0.70 paid for climate neutral). For all four parcels, including the extra sent to North Korea, he spent 54.36 Euros ($80.15 CAD).
Also, as for an update on where the AirTags are now, as of writing, the Apple Park package is still active, giving him updates, along with the SpaceX package. The second North Korean parcel is now sitting at Leipzig-Halle Airport in Germany. A screenshot of the second North Korean package can be seen below, in an image emailed by Laing to us: