How to use Find My on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch | Apple Support

Use the Find My app to help locate lost devices, look for supported items like keys with AirTag attached, and share your location with friends.

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Use the Find My app to locate a missing device or item:
Find friends and share your location with Find My:
Set up Find My on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac:

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23 thoughts on “How to use Find My on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch | Apple Support”

  1. I’m on my iPad right now, My iPhone 13 is on power off and it’s beside my AirPods Pro when I press play sound I don’t hear anything but silence I searched the whole house I can’t connect to my iPhone I can only connect to my AirPods

  2. Hi Apple, I’d like to share my location with my friends on Find My. But on the said application there is no “People” section on the bottom. There are only Devices, Items, and Me there. Is there any way to fix this issue?

  3. Hi, my mom often misplaces her phone, and I used to be able to choose “play a sound” from my phone so that her phone would play that particular ring and she’d be able to find it. However, now I can’t do that. I can only “contact” which is just a normal phone call. But I need something where the sound is loud enough and overrides the fact that the phone is on silent or vibrate only. Is there any way to have this happen?

  4. My phone was stolen yesterday… it keeps sending sms to my stolen phone for code. Is there any other way to see where it is now 🙁

  5. Anyone know why the it says sound is playing but doesn’t give me a location update? Before it would just say “sound is pending” but now it shows it’s playing then will turn off

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