Technology giant Apple has recently launched a range of AirTags to help you keep track of essential items like car keys and wallets. However, the innovative product is posing a high cybersecurity threat to the users. Watch this video at CBS News to learn from Geoffrey Fowler about how Apple AirTags could be misused. iPhone users worldwide can connect with these AirTags anywhere and anytime. The catch is, intruders can slip these $30 chip-size devices in your bag, car, or house to monitor your movements. Moreover, stalkers can switch off all available AirTag safety alerts on the victim’s phone without user authentication.