iCloud Find My iPhone – Apple.com

Locate a device in Find My iPhone on iCloud.com. You can sign in to Find My iPhone on iCloud.com to locate a missing Apple device, even if you lost your trusted device

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Find your Apple devices

You take your devices everywhere. Which means you might leave them anywhere. Whether they’re under a sofa pillow or in a conference room, chances are they won’t be lost for long. You can get help finding your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple Watch, Mac, AirPods, or AirTag right in the Find My app.


Locate a device in Find My iPhone on iCloud.com

You can use Find My iPhone on iCloud.com to find the approximate location of your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, Apple Watch, AirPods, or Beats product if Find My [device] is set up and the device is online.
To sign in to Find My iPhone, go to icloud.com/find.

  1. In Find My iPhone on iCloud.com, click All Devices. Select the device you want to locate. The name of the device appears in the center of the toolbar.
    • If the device can be located: It appears on the map so you can see where it is.Note: If your AirPods or Beats product are separated from each other, you see only one location at a time on the map. First, find the one shown on the map and put it in the case. Then refresh the map and find the other one.
    • If the device can’t be located: You see Offline under the device’s name. The last known location is displayed for up to 24 hours. Select “Notify me when found” to get an email when it’s located again.
  2. To locate another device, click the name of the current device in the center of the toolbar to access the Devices list, then select a new device.

Note: If you’re no longer using a device, remove it from your account so it doesn’t appear in Find My iPhone.


What can you do in Find My iPhone on iCloud.com on your computer?

After you set up Find My on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, Apple Watch, AirPods, or Beats product, you can do the following:

  • Sign in: View the location of your devices by signing in with your Apple ID and password, even if you lost your trusted device. See How to sign in to Find My iPhone on iCloud.com.
  • Locate devices: See the location of your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, Apple Watch, AirPods, or Beats product on a map.
  • Play a sound: Play a sound on a lost device to help you find it.
  • Mark a device as lost: Use Lost Mode to protect a lost device so that others can’t access your personal information. Display a custom message on the device’s screen, telling people that the device is lost or how to find you. Once you find the device, you can turn off Lost Mode.
  • Erase a device: Remotely erase all of your personal information from the device. Activation Lock remains on to protect it.
  • Remove a device from your account: If you’re no longer using a device, or you sold it or gave it away, remove it from your account so it doesn’t appear in Find My iPhone.

If you’re using iCloud.com on your iPhone or iPad, see Use Find My iPhone on iCloud.com on your iPhone or Use Find My iPhone on iCloud.com on your iPad.

You can’t see items on iCloud.com. If you want to locate your items, see Locate an item in Find My in the Find My User Guide for Mac.


Remove a device from Find My iPhone on iCloud.com

You can use Find My iPhone on iCloud.com to temporarily remove a device from the Devices list or turn off Activation Lock on a device you already gave away or sold.

If you set up two-factor authentication or two-step verification but you don’t have your trusted device, you can still use Find My iPhone. Just click the Find iPhone button after you enter your Apple ID. See How to sign in to Find My iPhone on iCloud.com.

To sign in to Find My iPhone, go to icloud.com/find.


Remove a device from the Devices list

If you’re not using a device, you can temporarily remove it from your account so it doesn’t show up in your Devices list. When the device goes online again, it reappears in the list.

  1. Turn off the device, or put AirPods or the Beats product in its case.
  2. In Find My iPhone on iCloud.com, click All Devices, then select the device you want to remove.If you don’t see All Devices, it’s because you’ve already selected a device. Click the name of the current device in the center of the toolbar to see the Devices list, then select a new device.
  3. Click Remove from Account.
The Remove from Account button.

Turn off Activation Lock on a device

If you forgot to turn off Find My [device] before you sold or gave away your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or Apple Watch, you can turn off Activation Lock using Find My iPhone on iCloud.com.

If you still have the device, see Turn off Find My on your devices.

  1. In Find My iPhone on iCloud.com, click All Devices, then select the device you want to erase.If you don’t see All Devices, it’s because you’ve already selected a device. Click the name of the current device in the center of the toolbar to access the Devices list, then select a new device.
  2. Erase the device.Because the device isn’t lost, don’t enter a phone number or message.If the device is offline, the remote erase begins the next time it’s online. You receive an email when the device is erased.
  3. When the device is erased, click Remove from Account.
The Remove from Account button.

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