The rumor mill has gone a bit quiet on Apple's oft-rumored Tile-like tracking device, AirTags. But considering Apple hasn't actually launched the accessory yet, there's still time to try and guess the details before Apple confirms anything.
Earlier this week, Apple seeded the third beta of iOS 14.5 to developers. Now, another potential new feature has been discovered in the prerelease software, this one designed to help prevent stalking.
Apple has expanded support for the Find My app to the Powerbeats Pro and Beats Flex earbuds, in addition to some other Beats audio accessories, as per Dutch blog iCulture.
Belkin is a popular third-party accessory maker, and the company today announced new truly wireless headphones to take on the AirPods. But they'll come with one net benefit right out of the box for iOS users: Find My support.
You can stop sharing your location with apps you use if you’re concerned about privacy. But what if you want to quit sharing your spot with other people too?
If you’ve shared your location with friends or family, or just want to make sure no one, regardless of who they are, can see where you go, here’s how.
Privacy and user security is an important element for Apple, one of the major pillars of its business model. So it's not surprising that today the company has published a support document detailing what a user should do with their device(s) if their personal safety is at risk.
If you use the Find My app on iPhone, iPad, or Mac, then you have a similar tool for locating people with your Apple Watch. On watchOS 6 or later, the app is called Find People and on watchOS 5 or earlier, it’s Find My Friends. But both apps do the same thing and can help you track down your loved ones.
If you just got your first Apple Watch or simply haven’t used the app yet, here’s how to use Find People or Find My Friends on your Apple Watch.
If you are trying to access iCloud-based services like Calendar, Contacts, and others, but coming up short, there's a reason.
Apple has a way of skirting around admitting it's done anything "wrong", simply by ignoring or denying pointed accusations until it can basically fix the problem with its own implementation of a new feature or something similar.
Tile has complaints against Apple, and it has made them known in the United States. Now it's doing the same thing in Europe.
Whether you use the Find My app on your Mac to keep track of people or devices, you can easily use it with keys and gestures.
Keyboard shortcuts for apps on your Mac let you zip around and do what you need to do without lifting your fingers from the keyboard. So, here are the ones you can use for the Find My app on Mac.