Find iphone in finder on mac

 

Is your iPhone missing? Losing your phone can be a stressful experience, especially if it's an expensive phone like an iPhone. There's also the added risk of your personal information falling into the wrong hands. Luckily, there are a variety of ways you can track down your lost iPhone, including using tools developed by Apple and built into every iPhone. See Step 1 below to learn how.

Find iphone in finder on mac

Having a missing smartphone or tablet is the worst. Not only are they expensive, they likely have a lot of your personal information on them. It's enough to make you sick to your stomach.

But now, thanks to apps like Find My iPhone (and Android Device Manager for Android gadgets ), you can easily locate your lost or stolen device.

These apps come pre-installed on your smartphones and tablets and can help you locate your missing gadgets, assuming they are still powered on. Here's how they work.

Is your iPhone missing? Losing your phone can be a stressful experience, especially if it's an expensive phone like an iPhone. There's also the added risk of your personal information falling into the wrong hands. Luckily, there are a variety of ways you can track down your lost iPhone, including using tools developed by Apple and built into every iPhone. See Step 1 below to learn how.

In January, Apple took down  a web tool that allowed anyone to check status of the theft-deterrent Activation Lock feature. While the link to the iCloud Activation Lock webpage  is now dead and the associated support document  detailing Activation Lock no longer references the tool, UnlockBoot has discovered that potential buyers in the market for a secondhand iOS device can still check Activation Lock status by IMEI through Apple’s Support website. Read More

As we  reported , Apple recently took down its tremendously useful  Activation Lock webpage for reasons unknown. The theft-deterrent  tool allowed legitimate iOS device owners and just about anyone else to  check the status of the  Activation Lock feature by entering a serial number. Apple provided no explanation for the removal, but all checks point to it being a precautionary measure meant to prevent hacks relying on stolen serial numbers, as a reader  pointed out  in comments. Read More

Apple recently took down its web tool for checking if a used iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Apple Watch was stolen. The firm gave no explanation for the move.