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Accessories Already On The Way For New Apple Products

The new products announced at Apple’s Spring Loaded event today are already getting third-party support, with companies including Belkin and Logitech launching new accessories to accompany them.

Belkin has unveiled secure holders for the new AirTags tracking dots. Available in four colours in either keyring or strap variants, Belkin’s secure holders feature a twist-and-lock closure to keep the tags in place as well as raised edges to prevent scratches.

“Belkin’s heritage in designing people-inspired products is at the core of everything we do, and we’re excited to bring to market a new way to support breakthrough technology for our customers,” said Steve Malony, CEO, Belkin.

“The Belkin Secure Holder introduces a convenient and stylish way for our customers to use Apple’s latest innovation. We know they’ll love AirTag’s unparalleled finding experience, bringing them greater peace of mind.”

Logitech, meanwhile, has revealed its Combo Touch case with keyboard is now available for the 11” iPad Pro, and will come soon for the 12.9” model. The case features an integrated kickstand and a fully detachable keyboard.

According to Michele Hermann, vice president of mobility at Logitech, the new keyboard case builds on last year’s introduction of a trackpad.

“We’ve made this experience even better with Combo Touch by adding the largest trackpad we’ve ever created for a keyboard case that allows users to click-anywhere on the surface providing more space to work, and a thinner case that looks great but is still protective for the new iPad Pro 12.9” (5th generation) and iPad Pro 11” (3rd generation),” said Hermann.

The Belkin Secure Holder will be available this Friday on apple.com for $19.95 AUD. No Australian pricing or availability has been released for the new Logitech Combo Touch case, but the previous 11-inch model is selling for $259.95 on apple.com.

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