Starting on Tuesday, March 14, Apple is said to start selling the Chipolo CARD Spot, according to spokesperson from Chipolo and MacRumors.
The accessory is supported by Apple’s Find My app and is priced at $35 and is considered to be a competitor to Apple’s AirTag accessory. Both products allow users to track items they are attached to or combined with.
With the Chipolo CARD Spot, it is more so designed to be in a wallet, whereas an AirTag, which can also be inserted into a wallet, has more flexibility and can be used in items like suitcases, on pets (let’s face it, some run off and can be hard to find), and even cars.
However, Apple will not be selling the Chipolo ONE Spot, just the CARD Spot.
The Find My app is currently available on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
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