Find my iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

How to Use Find my iPhone to Track Your iPhone, iPad, Mac and AirPods

How to Use Find my iPhone to Track Your iPhone, iPad, Mac and AirPods

Find My iPhone is Apple’s sophisticated system for tracking all your Apple devices. Even though the app is called Find my iPhone, you can use it to track your iPad, Mac, and even AirPods. If you’ve got Family Sharing turned on, you can track all the devices from all your family members from a single app! This feature is useful when you’ve lost your iPhone, misplaced your Mac or just want to see where your family members are. Here’s how to set it up and start using it.

iOS 10 Wishlist: Foolproof Find My iPhone

iOS 10 Wishlist: Foolproof Find My iPhone

The Find my iPhone feature makes it easy to locate your lost and stolen iOS device, and with the introduction of the Activation Lock feature in iOS 7, Apple has made it even more difficult for someone who has stolen or found your iPhone to use your device.

Find My iPhone helps police find kidnapped teenager

Find My iPhone helps police find kidnapped teenager

Sometimes finding your iPhone can mean finding something even more important, as was the case for one teenager in Pennsylvania.

Find My iPhone keeps sending users to a random house in Atlanta

Find My iPhone keeps sending users to a random house in Atlanta

Find My iPhone is the best way to recover a lost iOS device, but it doesn’t always work as planned. Atlanta couple Christina Lee and Michael Saba are learning this the hard way after getting constant visits from iPhone owners who are being wrongly directed to their home.

iOS 9 feature wish list: A more foolproof Find my iPhone

iOS 9 feature wish list: A more foolproof Find my iPhone

The Find my iPhone feature makes it easy to locate your lost and stolen iOS device, and with the introduction of the Activation Lock feature in iOS 7, Apple has made it even more difficult for someone who has stolen or found your iPhone to use your device.

Unknown Macs show up in Find My iPhone for some users

Unknown Macs show up in Find My iPhone for some users

Some iCloud users are finding that unknown or old Macs are showing up in the Find My iPhone web app, according to reports on Twitter. In some cases, users have the ability to remotely lock and erase computers they don’t own, which makes it a pretty serious issue.

What should I do if I lost my iPhone or iPad?

What should I do if I lost my iPhone or iPad?

Losing, or having you phone stolen can be an extremely stressful and annoying process. While we all try to be careful, mistakes happen and iPhones and iPads are lost every day. If you have lost your device there are more than a few things you can do in hopes to recover it or at least have peace of mind that your data won’t be stolen.

iPhone thefts are falling in big cities thanks to Activation Lock

iPhone thefts are falling in big cities thanks to Activation Lock

Thanks to their high resale value, iPhones have always been a big target for pickpockets and thieves. But in big cities like New York and San Francisco, iPhone thefts are falling drastically, all because of Activation Lock.

iCloud.com web maps for ‘Find My iPhone’ switch away from Google

iCloud.com web maps for ‘Find My iPhone’ switch away from Google

Since 2012, Apple has been working diligently on removing Google from its mapping services, both on mobile and through the iCloud website.

iOS 8 Tip: Enable ‘Send Last Location’ to make it easier to find your iPhone

iOS 8 Tip: Enable ‘Send Last Location’ to make it easier to find your iPhone

Find my iPhone can be a very useful feature when you’ve lost or misplaced your iPhone. However, prior to iOS 8, one of the downsides of the feature has been that if the device runs out of battery then the feature was useless as you couldn’t track it, nor could you find the last location of your device.