Find out how Apple will help to track your stolen iphone with Find My iPhone
Find My iPhone is Apple�s hi-tech iphone tracker, that lets Apple iphone users to track their iphones even after stolen. Your phone should be in power mode to get activated. Apple has come with a patent for Find My iPhone.
Apple’s new iphones- iphone 7 and iphone 7 plus have captured the smartphone market. Now Apple has enabled its security feature, Find My iPhone, that will help to find your stolen iphones.
Apple iphone users need to just upgrade its features and keep your iphone switched on to help track iphone robbers.
Now, let’s find out how it works-
Find My iPhone is Apple’s hi-tech iphone tracker, that lets Apple iphone users to track their iphones even after stolen. Your phone should be in power mode to get activated. Apple has come with a patent for Find My iPhone.
How Find My iPhone works:
Once stolen, iPhone will automatically transmit the location details to iphone users secretly. iPhone just needs to connect to a wireless network and send a message using any SMS, email, or other modes.
Once, iphone users receive the signal, he can locate the iphone or track the final location of the signal of iPhone, and later iphone will switch off automatically and resume working later.
Is iPhone tracker fool-proof?
The theif should not switch off the iphone once he pockets it, also if the iphone has low battery it cant work for more as battery drains, and cease to function.
However, the silver lining is that thieves should finally recharge the iphone if they want to remove iphones content. So dont be scared of iphones thieves, any more, just enable iPhone tracker on your iphone and use it with out being scared of burglers anymore.
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— iPhone 7 (@AppIeiPhone7) July 26, 2015