MacLife

Find your devices

device? So long as it’s signed in to iCloud and can get online over Wi-Fi or a mobile network, iCloud can help you recover it. The Find My iPhone app for iOS and the Find iPhone feature at can locate not only phones, but also Macs, iPads and iPod touches tied to your account.

You're reading a preview, sign up to read more.

More from MacLife

MacLife3 min readTech
Get Creative With Spectre
APPLE’S DEFAULT CAMERA app is good, but it could be better. With the hardware on iOS devices becoming ever higher-resolution, and the computational capability of devices themselves on the rise, Apple’s simple, point-and-click app means keen photograp
MacLife1 min read
Cosm
$1.99 From Studio Amplify, sndmnd.com Made for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch Needs iOS 10.0 or later Cosm promises to make music for your mind. It’s a generative, non–linear music app that’s inspired by the likes of Steve Reich and Brian Eno, and like man
MacLife3 min readTech
Access From Anywhere
AS WELL AS using iCloud services and browsing your iCloud Drive files on your Macs and iOS devices, you can access iCloud in two ways that work with non–Apple products: via iCloud.com and in the iCloud app for Windows. The latter is available for Win