How to use Find My on Mac
To use Find My iPhone from a computer, go to icloud.com/find and log in with your Apple ID and password. All of your devices will appear on a map. Tap All Devices at the top of the screen to view a list of all the devices that have Find My iPhone turned on and are linked to your Apple ID.
View and edit your APN settings If your network provider allows it, you can view your APN settings in one of the following locations: Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data Options > Cellular Network. Settings > Mobile Data > Mobile Data Options > Mobile Data Network.
Find My iPhone is an iCloud feature that allows you to locate lost or misplaced Apple devices, including iPads, AirPods, Apple Watches, Macs, and of course, iPhones.
To find the MAC address on your iOS device follow these simple steps:
After you set up iPhone, you can adjust accessibility settings.
If your device is lost or stolen and not showing up on Find My, its battery may be dead or it may have been intentionally powered off. Alternatively, Find My iPhone could be disabled.
To view or remove saved passwords on a Mac, choose Safari > Preferences and click Passwords; on an iOS device, tap Settings > Safari > Passwords & AutoFill > Saved Passwords.
Click on the iCloud icon (resembling a blue cloud).
By signing into Find My as a guest on a friend's device, you can use it to locate your lost device using the same functions that would be available to you if it was your own iPhone or iPad. Here's how it works. Launch the Find My app on your friend's iOS device.
If you later decide to give a denied app access to your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Security & Privacy , click Privacy, click Accessibility, then select the app's checkbox.
If you set up Find My for your missing Mac