Apple's new AirTag tracker requires an accessory to attach it to items like a keychain or luggage; however, with a steady hand it's possible to drill a hole through AirTag without destroying it.
iFixit used a 1/16" drill bit and a steady hand to put a hole through one of three safe areas. Surprisingly, the AirTag functions nearly as good as it did before.
Amazingly, the sound profile didn’t seem to change much: measuring the decibel level at one iPhone-Mini-length away from the AirTag, the Hole-y One™ was within a +/- 1 dB margin of error from a brand new ‘Tag (about 78-80 dB). Considering Apple is using the plastic dome itself as the speaker diaphragm, this comes as a pleasant surprise.
Check out the images below for the safe drilling zones. We'd suggest sticking with Apple's AirTag accessories but let us know if you ...
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