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How to Know When Someone Leaves or Arrives at a Destination with Find My on iPhone & iPad

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Do you want to know when your friends or family members arrive at a destination, or when they leave a particular location, without having to call them? Thanks to a nifty Find My feature, you can receive location based notifications right on your iPhone or iPad when someone else leaves or arrives at a destination.

As you may already know, Find My allows users to track lost Apple devices, and also to share your location easily from the Find My app with other people, as well as keep an eye on others locations too. It’s a great feature for friends and families,…

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How to Share Your Location with Find My on iPhone & iPad

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Want to share your location with someone easily? Tired of always having to give directions when you’re meeting up with your family, friends, and colleagues? Thanks to the location sharing feature within Apple’s Find My app, you can easily help someone to find you by sharing your location from iPhone or iPad, and in turn your location is accurately shared on a map.

While the Find My app is primarily used to locate lost Apple devices like the iPhone, MacBook, AirPods and more, you can also use it to share your location with friends and family members. With…

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How to Find a Lost iPhone, iPad, Mac with iCloud

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Did one of your Apple devices go missing? Don’t start panicking, because you can use Apple’s Find My service to quickly locate your lost or stolen iPhone, iPad, Mac, and even AirPods within a matter of seconds.

Apple’s Find My app has been available for years now, and it’s accessible across iOS, iPadOS, and macOS devices. It allows users to conveniently track the last recorded location of their Apple devices and help them retrieve their lost or stolen iPhones, iPads and MacBooks. Since many of us own a single Apple device like an iPhone, you might be…

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How to Find a Lost iPhone, iPad, or Mac with Find My from iPhone or iPad

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Apple’s Find My app and service is a wonderful way of locating and hopefully retrieving lost iPhones, iPads, and Macs. So if you think you’ve misplaced or lost a device, don’t freak out. As long as you’ve done a little setup beforehand – we’ll get to that later – you can use an iPhone or iPad to find your missing device.

This article will show you how to find a lost iPhone, iPad, or Mac by using the FindMy app from an iPhone or iPad. You can also perform this action on a Mac as detailed here if for example you misplaced an iPhone but have your Mac…

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How to Find Friends or Family with Find My (iPhone, iPad, Mac)

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The FindMy app for iPhone, iPad, and Mac can be used to easily find people, whether they are friends, family, or anyone else sharing their location with you. You can quite literally find them on a map where ever they are located with this feature, a very handy feature for many people.

We’ve already explained how to find a lost iPhone, iPad, or Mac with FindMy and now we’re going to show you how to find people, too.


Finding people is super easy and it can be very useful, too. You’ll be able to find anyone who is part of your family, plus anyone who has…

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How to Access a Lost iPad That's Locked With Apple's 'Find My'

Apple’s “Find My” feature can be a powerful tool for recovering lost or stolen devices. It can also be a pain in the ass if you’ve purchased or otherwise legally acquired a used device that’s still tied to another person’s account. In this week’s Tech 911 column, we’re tackling the latter.

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