1:387:02To do this open the find my app on the ipad. Tap the devices tab. And a map will pop up featuringMoreTo do this open the find my app on the ipad. Tap the devices tab. And a map will pop up featuring your find my enabled devices. If your iphone is turned off it will appear on the map.
Answer: A: If the battery is dead, Find My will only show you the last pinged location. I've been there too, if it once showed it at your house at a recent time, that means it still is at your house. It should tell you when it received the last ping.
The location area would be known from the last location update. It need not actually be "pinging" the phone (with a paging message), as anyway, if the phone is dead, it wouldn't be able to hear that and respond.
Note: If your iPhone is turned on and in the same location as you, you don't need the Find My app, instead, you can ping a lost iPhone with an Apple Watch or use Siri to find your lost iPhone.
The only time an AirPod can be tracked and located is when it is outside of the case and has not already run out of battery charge. Apple improved its AirPods tracking capabilities with AirPods 3, but even so, a dead battery renders these improvements useless.
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How to ping your iPhone from your Apple Watch
To do so, navigate to www.icloud.com/find and sign in with your Apple ID and password. Select the phone you want to locate from the list of devices and click “play sound” to ping the iPhone.
If there's an issue with either, it's not possible to ping your iPhone. Airplane Mode is activated. If Airplane Mode is activated on your iPhone, the Wi-Fi connection is dropped, meaning the two devices can't connect.
To “ping” your iPhone from your Apple Watch: Swipe up on the clock face to access your glances. Swipe left until you're at the first glance: Settings (Figure 4.113). If the top of the glance says Connected in green with an iPhone icon, you can ping your iPhone.
Therefore the iPhone will not have a public IP address that you can ping. If the phone is connected to a WiFi network its likely to be acting as a NAT router as well and stop ICMP (ping) packets from reaching the device. You're not going to be able to approach your problem from this perspective.
Make sure that your iPhone is turned on and in range. If your iPhone is not connected to your Apple Watch via Bluetooth, the ping won't work.
You need to start by pressing the Top button of your iPhone. It's usually located on the top side of your smartphone, right above the screen. Hold on to the button until you see the Apple logo appear. After that, release the button and patiently wait for your smartphone to boot up.
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Once the app is installed on your iPad, tap the Network Ping icon and select the "Ping" option. Enter either the domain or IP address in the text field and tap the "Start" button. The app will display the ping output below the text field, including the results and the percentage of packets that were lost.