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  2. How to turn on Find My for your Mac Choose Apple menu  > System Settings. In earlier versions of macOS, choose Apple menu  > System Preferences. Click your name, then click iCloud. In earlier versions of macOS, click Apple ID, then click iCloud. Under Apps Using iCloud, click Show All. Scroll ...

  3. Set up Find My on all your devices - Apple Support

    To set up Find My on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or Apple Watch, sign in to the device with your Apple ID, turn on location sharing, and turn on Find My [device]. You need to set up Find My before the device is lost. When you set up your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or Apple Watch, Activation Lock is turned on to help protect your ...

  4. turn on find my iphone via computer - Apple Community

    163,729 points. Hi. Find My iPhone can only be turned on / set up on the iPhone itself: Set up Find My iPhone, iPad, and Mac - Apple Support. If Find My iPhone was turned on before your iPhone was lost or stolen, then you can use a computer (or the Find My iPhone app on another iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, if you have one) to turn on Lost Mode ...

  5. Use Find Devices on - Apple Support

    With Find Devices on, you can keep track of your Apple devices and find them when they’re lost. Learn how to do any of the following on on a computer: Sign in to Find Devices. Locate a device. Play a sound on a device. Use Lost Mode.

  6. In the Find My app or on the web at, you can find your phone on a map, play a sound if it's nearby, and mark it as lost to lock it with a passcode until you find it again. Use your Apple Watch

  7. iCloud+ - Find My - Apple

    The Find My app makes it easy to keep track of your Apple devices — even if they’re offline. You can also locate items using AirTag or Find My technology. Plus, you can keep up with friends and family. And your privacy is protected every step of the way. Find your stuff on

  8. Locate a device in Find My on iPhone - Apple Support

    Locate a device in Find My on iPhone. Use the Find My app to locate and play a sound on a missing iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, Apple Watch, AirPods, or Beats headphones ( supported models ). In order to locate a device, you must turn on Find My [device] before it’s lost. Note: If you want to see how far away your devices are from you, make ...

  9. How to Access Find My iPhone from a Computer: 6 Steps - wikiHow

    1 Go to in a web browser. You can sign in to Find My iPhone from any computer. 2 Log in with your Apple ID and password. Because Find My iPhone doesn't require two-step authentication to sign in, you won't have to worry about entering a verification code from your trusted device. [1]

  10. Use Lost Mode in Find Devices on - Apple Support

    Click the name of the current device in the center of the Find Devices toolbar to see the Devices list, then select a new device. Click Lost Mode or Lock. Follow the onscreen instructions, keeping the following in mind: Passcode: If your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Apple Watch has a passcode, it’s required to unlock the device.

  11. How to Use Find My iPhone on Mac or PC - MacRumors

    How to Use Find My iPhone on Mac or PC. Find My iPhone is an iCloud feature that allows you to locate lost or misplaced Apple devices, including iPads, AirPods, Apple Watches, Macs, and of course ...