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  2. Here's how to find your iCloud backups on your iOS or iPadOS device, Mac, or PC. On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch: Go to Settings > [your name] > iCloud. Tap Manage Account Storage, then tap Backups. Tap a backup to see more details about it, choose which information to back up, or delete the backup. You can choose which content to back up ...

  3. How to Fake Location on Find My iPhone? [Without Knowing]

    How to Trick Find My iPhone Location. 1 Download, install and launch iTools on your computer. Now connect your computer with your iPhone using suitable media. 2 Go to the "Toolbox" then hit the "Virtual Location" button on the main interface. 3 You will now enter a map with a search bar at the top.

  4. Set up your iPhone or iPad - Apple Support

    Activate your iPhone or iPad. You need to connect to a Wi-Fi network or a cellular network to activate and continue setting up your device. Tap the Wi-Fi network that you want to use or, if available, tap Continue Without Wi-Fi to use your device's cellular network. If you're setting up an iPhone or iPad (Wi-Fi + Cellular), you might need to ...

  5. Manage and use your Apple ID - Apple Support

    Manage your Apple ID. Because your Apple ID is used across all your devices and services, it's important to keep your account information up to date. Simply sign in to 2 at any time to manage your account: Update trusted phone numbers and devices that you're currently signed in to with your Apple ID.

  6. Track a Phone Without Them Knowing (Legally) – CellTrackingApps

    Find My iPhone is a proprietary application from Apple that works on iPad, iPod Touch, iPhone, Apple Watch, AirPods, and Mac if they somehow get lost or stolen. Using this GPS location tracker app, you can locate your lost target device on a map, use lost mode to track your device, erase all the personal information remotely, lock your device ...

  7. How to Downgrade iOS & Return to the Previous iPhone Software ...

    With your iPhone still connected to your computer, follow the steps below: If you’re using macOS Catalina or later, open Finder and click your iPhone in the sidebar. (Open iTunes if you're using a PC or a software older than macOS Catalina.) Hold the Shift key (PC) or Option key (Mac) and click the Restore button.

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