Apple’s rumored AirTags item trackers will be slightly larger than a 50 cent coin and around three times the thickness, based on dimensions offered by leaker Max Weinbach (via YouTube channel EverythingApplePro).
According to Weinbach, the AirTags will come in one size measuring 32mm x 32mm x 6mm, which would put the circular devices in the same ballpark diameter-wise as a half dollar piece – a bit smaller than Samsung’s Galaxy SmartTags (39mm x 39mm x 9mm) and a little larger than a Tile Sticker (27mm x 7.3mm).
A previous rumor from L0vetodream suggested Apple would make AirTags available in two size options, but it’s not really clear why two sizes would be required.
Based on images found within an internal build of iOS 13, AirTags are small, circular white tags with an Apple logo on the front. They will likely be attached to items via adhesive or an attachment point like a ring, and there may be multiple ways to use them with different items.
According to his retail sources, Weinbach says AirTags are estimated to be priced at around $39 each (Samsung’s SmartTags are $29.99). When they’ll be launched though remains the question.