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Have you misplaced your iPhone? Or, perhaps, do you have any reason to believe that it’s been stolen? Well, then you’re in luck! There are a couple of different ways that you can go about preventing either from happening — 5 ways how to locate iPhone will be listed below. We’re going to be starting with a powerful spyware called Aispyer, and then rounding things off with a couple of solid apps that you can get from online or from the App Store!
Aispyer is our most recommended method for locating a phone that has been misplaced or stolen. Through this spyware, you can prevent both issues from ever occurring by building a solid foundation for which you can stand up. That is, a way of locating and tracing your phone (or someone else’s) as soon as you’ve realized you’ve lost it — which should help prevent anyone from picking it up accidentally and having their way with it!
In order to use Aispyer, you will need to set up your device for tracking. This starts right on the Aispyer website, where you can sign up and subscribe to one of their available plans.
You have several subscription plans to choose from, so make sure to choose wisely!
With your subscription in hand, you should now be able to access the spyware app. This needs to be downloaded and then installed on the phone that you want to track!
That concludes the set-up portion of this tutorial! Now, all you need to do is sign in to Aispyer so that you can access the ‘dashboard.’ The dashboard is where you can begin locating a lost or misplaced phone!
For example, right there for you to see, is the Last Known Location widget. This will show you the real-time location of the device that you set up in the first three steps.
The Last Known Location tool is probably all you need to locate your misplaced or stolen device. BUT you can also use Aispyer’s other tracking tools, like the Location tab...
The location tab gives you an in-depth look at the device’s location history! This is especially useful if you’re less curious about finding a phone and more interested in finding out where the phone has been during certain dates and times!
For the next method that we’re going to introduce, we’re going to be using Google Maps. OR, more specifically, Google’s Map’s Your Timeline function. This works very similarly to Aispyer’s own Location Timeline feature. In that, you can use it to find out where an iPhone (and thus, its owner) has been coming and going at certain dates or times.
The first order of business is to open up the Google Maps app (this should have been pre-installed on your iPhone. If not, it’s available for download on the App and Play Store!)
Once the Google Maps app has been launched, open up Your Timeline from the menu that you can select from the upper left-hand corner of the interface.
If this is your first time using this function, you may have to allow certain permissions (or manage pre-existing ones.) Google Maps will lead you through this process, just select Learn More to find out more information or select Let’s Go to move forward!
Once you’re all set up, you will be given the chance to choose a specific date to track your location from. For example, in the image below, we selected January 18,2020.
This pulled up all the locations we visited on that day, in which case, it was just the one!
You can edit or confirm this location to build-up your timeline as needed.
Next is Find My iPhone,a tool that you have no doubt heard of at least once before — and possibly more than that if you’re a long-time iOS user. This is the tool designed by Apple to help you locate lost or stolen iOS devices, but, it does also offer a couple of tools that you can use in order to track the comings and goings of a person based on the GPS of their phone.
The first part in making sure that you can use Find My iPhone to locate iPhones is to turn on Location Services. For this, start by going to… Settings > Privacy.
Once in the Privacy Settings page, locate, select and then enable the option marked as Location Services (as is shown in the images provided.)
The next thing that you have to do is make sure that Find My iPhone is enabled under the iPhone’s Apple ID settings. This can be done by going to Settings > Apple ID > Find My! Once there, you’ll need to locate, select, and enable the Find My iPhone option!
With all those settings all properly set, you can now use iCloud to locate your iPhone! All you need to do is head to iCloud’s Find My page (linked below) and Sign in with your Apple ID!
Our fourth method is FamiSafe, a parental control spyware app that you can use for both GPS tracking and geofencing purposes. This is best used by parents who want to be able to keep watch (and in control) of where their children are going after school or when they’re away from home. Now, much like with the other methods we’ve introduced thus far, this will need some set up before working — but we’ll cover that in the tutorial we’ve included below.
Just like with Aispyer, you will need to subscribe to FamiSafe in order to get it to work for you. This is done on the FamiSafe main website!
FamiSafe does also offers several subscription plans to choose from. So, make sure to pick the one that you feel is best suited for you.
Once you have FamiSafe all set up on your child’s iOS device, you can monitor their location from wherever and whenever you wish. You just need to sign in to FamiSafe to access the dashboard!
With FamiSafe, locating the iPhone you’ve set up is as easy as opening up the Location tab of the monitoring dashboard (shown below.) this will show you where your child is currently at and their battery percentage (which marks how much longer you’ll be able to locate the iPhone.
For our last and final demonstration of how you might be able to locate an iPhone remotely, we’re going to introduce Find My Friends. Conceptionally, this is pretty close to both Google Maps and Find My iPhone, but it does have a couple of stand-out features. One of which, unfortunately, is that it’s a subscription-based app like Aispyer and FamiSafe. This does make the app more secure, but it could cost quite the pretty penny if you’re looking for something to use in the long-term.
Much like with most of the apps we introduced today, you will need to install the app and set it up to get it to work. It is, of course, available on the App Store, and setting it up is just a matter of plugging in the right information (email address, password, etc.)
As mentioned, this is a subscription-based app. So, if you want to be able to use it for all that it’s able to do, then you’re going to need to cough up some cash. Thankfully, it does offer several different plans — so you can choose which, if any, you would prefer.
Once subscribed, you can stark tracking immediately! With this tool, you can create a ‘Phone Book’ of friends that you want to keep an eye on. This will make your purview to their calls, messages, location, etc.! And, it does offer some control as to where they go (customizable alerts can be set up as desired so that you can take action.)
Aispyer IS DESIGNED FOR LEGAL USE ONLY. It is a smartphone and tablet monitoring software that shall be used only with the aim of parental control of their children, by employers to monitor the devices which belong to them and on which the employee’s work, on a device which is of your ownership, and by you with a consent of a device owner.
Failure to do so is likely to result in violation of applicable law that could result in severe monetary and criminal penalties imposed on the violator. You should consult your own legal advisor with respect to legality of using the application in the manner you intend to use it prior to registering, downloading, installing, and using it. Aispyer cannot be held responsible if a user chooses to monitor a device the user does not have the right to monitor; nor can Aispyer provide legal advice regarding the use of the software.