How to Use Find My iPhone to Find lost device 1

This is how to use the find my iPhone feature to locate a lost device. This device can be lost around the house or any where on the planet. Once your device has a Internet connection you will be able to locate it.

I use this at times when I misplace my phone around the house to locate where it is exactly. It a very cool feature that you definitely want to use as you will be needing it at one time or another.

What devices will this work on?

This will work on your Apple devices and this includes iPhone’s, Macbook, Apple Watch and so on. You Apple devices will be that much easier to locate.

Video Tutorial:

Watch my video tutorial and see all you need to do to use this said feature.

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How its all done?

1.Click on the Apple logo upper right.

2.Select system Preferences.

3.Click Apple ID upper right.

4.On the left panel lower section click your device.

5.Select view on Web, login using Apple ID password if necessary.

6.Select the device you want to track at the top of the screen. You can then select to make the device ring, erase it and so on.

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One thought on “How to Use Find My iPhone to Find lost device

  • Rob S.

    As someone who has their phone on them at all times, this is seldom an issue for me. However, for those that aren’t as attached to their mobile devices, it’s good to see that this option exists.