How to use your friend’s iPhone to find your lost Apple device

How to find your missing iPhone, iPad, Mac, or AirTag using the Find My app on your friend's iPhone

Find My app on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and iCloud lets you locate your missing Apple devices, things attached to AirTag, and third-party supported accessories. When you misplace one of your devices, you can use it on your other device or iCloud.com to locate it. But what happens when you own only one Apple device and, for some reason, cannot use iCloud? In these situations, here's how to find your missing, lost, or stolen device using your friend's iPhone or iPad.

So please do not panic. Meet your friend in person as you would need physical access to their iPhone. And follow the steps in this guide.

Searchy lets jailbroken iPhone users search the Phone app’s Recents list

With all the extravagant changes Apple seems to be making to the iOS mobile operating system with respect to recent updates, it remains to be seen why important things such as the native Phone app haven’t received new or useful functionality.

iOS developer MiRO92 recognized at least one way that the Phone app could be improved, and as such, created a jailbreak tweak dubbed Searchy.

macOS Monterey inspired “Waves” wallpapers for iPhone

Announced in the summer of 2021 at WWDC, macOS Monterey will be launching something this fall, most likely alongside brand new desktop hardware. The new hardware is expected to appear during an Apple media event in October or November.

With new software comes new wallpaper. This wallpaper collection is inspired by both macOS Monterey and macOS Big Sur. “Waves” wallpaper offers simple geometric shapes and a pleasing color palette.

Jailbreak tweaks of the week: DockSearch, YTETA, & more…

Like clockwork, jailbreakers continue to rough out the annual drought that swings around this time of the year after Apple shakes things up with new software updates and product releases.

But not all is doom and gloom in the jailbreak community, as an upcoming untether planned for release later this month has a lot of jailbreakers excited about upgrading the capabilities of their existing pwned handsets.

Apple appeals ruling in Epic Games case that may delay App Store changes

Back in September, Judge Yvonne Gonzalez-Rogers came to a decision regarding the lawsuit against Apple brought by Epic Games. The latter wants change when it comes to the former's digital storefront, the App Store, and, by all accounts, earned itself a pretty big win in that regard. However, the judge's ruling also included many wins for Apple, too -- but the company has decided to appeal anyway.

Is it time for iPadOS to add multiuser support?

The iPad is a great device. So is the iPad Air and the iPad mini and the iPad Pro. Which, when you look at it like that, shows us that Apple might have too many iPad models. Does Apple really need four different models, which even includes two variants with different screen sizes for the Pros? It does if it really, really wants to keep avoiding multiuser support!