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Apple’s Find My Mac, iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch feature is fantastic.

You just have to remember to turn it on.

Don’t assume it’s working.

Find My Mac

  • Go to the black Apple in the top left-hand corner.
  • Select System Preferences.
  • Click on iCloud.

Apple Mac System Preferences - iCloud

  • In the right-hand column scroll down to Find My Mac.
  • Make sure this box is checked.

Apple Mac System Preferences - Find My Mac

  • Close System Preferences.

Find My iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch

  • Tap Settings
  • Scroll down to iCloud and tap it.
  • Scroll Down to Find My iPhone and slide the toggle switch to On.

iOS - Find My iPhone

My iCloud Is Not Turned On

If you discover that the iCloud is not turned on, get professional assistance.

The iCloud sounds simple, but a family with several devices and multiple Apple IDs can run into problems.

It’s terrific and easy to use… but, that’s after it is set up correctly.

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Using the iCloud on a Mac requires OSX 10.7 Lion or 10.8 Mountain Lion.

Using the iCloud on a device requires iOS 5 or later on iPhone 3GS or later, iPod touch (3rd generation or later), iPad, or iPad mini.

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