Put your AirTags to use and save yourself some hassle by knowing where these things are at all times.

If you tend to lose your personal items on a regular basis, listen closely, because this tip will change your life. 

Place an Apple AirTag on or in whatever it is that you tend to misplace.  

While generally you need to be within Bluetooth range to find your  AirTag, you can use Apple's Find My service to locate it if it's further  away 

but  this is important to remember -- still in range of  another Apple device (here's how the Find My network works).  

To do so, just put your AirTag into Lost Mode and you'll get a notification once it's within range of the Find My network.  

If you're setting up camp in a location you've never visited, it could  be useful to place an AirTag inside your tent so you can easily find  your campsite. 

In your tent when you go hiking

Airports can be tricky to navigate, and can become especially difficult when you're trying to find the correct luggage pickup. 

Inside your luggage

To relieve the stress of trying to locate your suitcase, you can put an AirTag tracker inside so you can track its whereabouts.   

Laptop bags can be easily left behind at a cafe when you're picking up  coffee for everyone at the office. 

Inside your laptop bag

When your hands are full and you're  distracted wondering how you're going to open your car door, it's hard  to remember to grab your bag from the booth you were sitting in.  That's why it's a good idea to place an AirTag inside one of the pockets 

works on your car if it's been stolen or towed away -- or if you  can't remember where you parked it. Although if you have an iPhone and  it's connected to your car via Bluetooth, your phone can locate where  you last left.  

In a hidden place on your Vechile

– Your purse or wallet – Your keychain – Your phone or tablet – The remote to your TV – Anything valuable that you leave outside your home

More common areas to put your AirTag

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works on your car if it's been stolen or towed away -- or if you  can't remember where you parked it. Although if you have an iPhone and  it's connected to your car via Bluetooth, your phone can locate where  you last left.  

In a hidden place on your Vechile