Spigen’s newest product is called Tag Armor Duo, a case for your AirPods Pro with a space to hold an AirTag.
Apple released a firmware update for its AirTag tracker. Here’s how to see if it’s installed on yours.
Tips about Siri, RAM, AirTags, and Keyboards are just the first few things you’ll get here in this week’s episode. Then Dave and John continue the journey by answering your questions about Mail, Wi-Fi, VPNs, Synology, and more. Press play to enjoy learning at least five new things with your two favorite geeks!
Lawyer Michael Fuller used Apple’s AirTag trackers to track the location of belongings seized from homeless people and illegally discarded.
Sometimes the easy way isn’t the fun way, and this week we’ve got lots of do-it-yourself solutions to share from all of you. Listen as John and Dave share your ideas about automation, launch agents, CarPlay, drive arrays and much more. Of course, it wouldn’t be MGG without your two favorite geeks sharing Quick Tips, Cool Stuff Found, and their answers to all your other questions, would it? Listen, learn five new things, and don’t get caught!
Here are a few Quick Tips from John F. Braun on how to get the most range out of your AirTags! Check out the full episode of Mac Geek Gab 872 for more!
We have a deal on the Apple AirTag Protector Case. Made of strong TPU and PC material, this case offers full protection of your AirTag. It’s lightweight and comes with its own carabiner for attaching it to other things. It’s $14.95 through our deal.
On Tuesday, WaterField released a crowdsourced leather AirTag keychain as well as an AirTag luggage tag.