According to Apple’s website, the AirTag will take 3-4 weeks to ship. However, if you want to get it earlier, you can get it within 2-3 weeks if you add your own engraving which is offered for free.
If you need to track more items, the AirTag will also be available in a 4-pack option. According to Apple authorised resellers Switch and Machines, the 4-pack set is officially priced at RM459 in Malaysia.
This bundle pack will let you save RM57 and that means each AirTag would cost you RM114.25. However, it isn’t available just yet at authorised resellers and oddly, the 4-pack option isn’t offered on Apple’s online store in Malaysia.
To recap, the AirTag is a digital tracker which uses UWB and Bluetooth. If you’re out of range, it utilises Apple’s Find My feature which taps on nearby Apple devices to relay information back to the owner. It also comes with NFC built-in and other users can view the owner’s information when they tap their NFC-enabled devices on the AirTag. It is powered by a user-replaceable CR2032 battery and it gets IP67-rated dust and water resistance. You can learn more in our announcement post.