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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Apple released iOS 4.2.1 / 4.2 for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch with Free "Find My iPhone" Service

To use "Find my iPhone" service, you must have an iPhone 4, a iPod touch 4G or an iPad that is running iOS 4.2.1 firmware. If you have one of those, visit the App Store and download "Find My iPhone" app. Once you have downloaded, just follow these steps:

Tap the Settings icon on your device and select Mail, Contacts, Calendars. From there, choose Add Account and select MobileMe. If you're not a MobileMe subscriber, use the Apple ID and password that are linked to your iTunes Store account. If you are a MobileMe subscriber, enter your or email address and password. If you don't use MobileMe or the iTunes Store, you can select Create Free Apple ID and follow those steps to register for a new account. Once you have added a MobileMe account, verify it by following the instructions in the email sent to you. Finally, return to the MobileMe screen and slide the Find My iPhone application to the On position.

Once you've signed up for an account and downloaded the application, you can sign in to from any browser on any computer and see your iPhone -- or other registered device -- on a map. From this page, you can also lock the device or wipe all of your data.

source: Redmond Pie


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