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Apple AirTag does not support bitter-coated batteries

Some companies have been known to coat their batteries with a bitter coating to protect children from swallowing small parts. A clarification appeared on Apple’s website today stating that bitter-coated CR2032 batteries may not work with the AirTag tag.

Compatibility issues can be caused by the label’s internal components. Therefore, batteries without this coating must be used.

The battery in the tag will need to be replaced infrequently: approximately once a year, so it should not be difficult to find a similar battery. In addition, they are sold in almost all electronics stores and some supermarkets.

Interestingly, in Australia, a chain of stores has withdrawn the sale of AirTag due to child safety concerns. And the Australian Consumer Commission reported that Apple did not provide protection for children from swallowing AirTag, and that one added label on the box is not enough to warn.

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Source: appleinsider

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