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See it on a map. Open the Find My app. Choose the Devices tab. Select the device to see its location.
If you've lost or misplaced a device, here are some of the things you can do. Just use the Find My app on another iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac signed in with the same Apple ID. You can also use the Find My app on a device owned by someone in your Family Sharing group, or sign in to iCloud.com/find to locate your device using a browser.
If you turned on Offline Finding, you can see your device's location even if it's not connected to a Wi-Fi or cellular network.
Don't see your device? You might not have Find My [device] turned on. If your device is powered off, the battery has run out, or more than 24 hours has passed since its last location was sent to Apple, you also can't see your device's location. Learn how you can still protect your information.
Mark as Lost remotely locks your missing iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac with a passcode, keeping your information secure even if your device goes missing. You can also display a custom message with your phone number on the Lock screen, and keep track of your device's location.
Once Mark as Lost is activated, Apple Pay is disabled, if you have it set up on the device. A confirmation email is sent to the primary email address associated with your Apple ID. When you recover your device, you will need to unlock it with your passcode.
If your missing device is covered by AppleCare+ with Theft and Loss, you shouldn't erase your device. Instead, file a claim for your lost or stolen device.
To prevent anyone else from accessing the data on your missing device, you can erase it remotely. When you erase your device, all of your information (including credit, debit, or prepaid cards for Apple Pay) is deleted from the device, and you won't be able to track it using Find My.
Make sure that the recovery feature you're trying to use is available for your lost or stolen device:
iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple Watch