It’s April 30, otherwise known as AirTags launch day, and clients who bought AirTags or a purple iPhone 12 from Apple when orders went live a week ago are currently starting to get their new devices. Apple clients in Australia and New Zealand are beginning to get their AirTag and purple iPhone 12 gadgets.
Apple fans in Australia and New Zealand are always the first to get their hands on new gadgets because of time zone differences and are presently sharing photographs and first impressions via social media networks.
The new purple-colored iPhone 12 variant and AirTag tracking accessory became available to preorder on Friday, April 23. Clients who purchased them that day should begin getting them on April 30.
Since it’s already Friday in Australia and New Zealand, clients there started receiving their orders at least an entire day before those in the U.S. and other regions. Brick-and-mortar additionally started stocking the new items.
There are no Apple Stores in New Zealand, however, Apple Stores in Australia have both the single AirTag and the four-pack in stock, so customers will actually want to walk in and make a buy.
Apple doesn’t as of now have any stores in New Zealand, yet Australian clients can buy AirTag at Apple Store locations in the country. Nonetheless, engraved AirTags are just accessible straightforwardly from Apple’s online retail store, and are at present back-ordered until June.
This looks good for in-store AirTag accessibility in the rest of the world, and the individuals who couldn’t preorder and don’t have any desire to wait until May can almost certainly get AirTags at their local retail stores.
AirTags ordered for in-store pickup won’t be engraved, as etching isn’t done in stores. Engraved AirTags are just accessible from Apple and are back-ordered until June.
A few clients in the United States started receiving AirTags early yesterday as retailers like Best Buy shipped sooner than anticipated, however clients in New Zealand and Australia will get the first engraved AirTags direct from Apple.
Even though AirTag doesn’t officially show up on client doorsteps until Friday, a few purchasers started getting their orders a few days early. Notwithstanding, that just appeared to be the situation for purchasers of the four-pack of AirTags who ordered through Best Buy.
Notwithstanding the official launch in Australia and New Zealand, a few clients in European nations like Italy seem to have gotten their orders beginning Wednesday or early Thursday.
Clients in the Middle East, Asia, and Europe will be the next to begin accepting their preorders. The North American launch will be the last.
Following New Zealand and Australia, AirTags sales and deliveries will start in the Middle East, Asia, Europe, and more, with the North America launch coming last.