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- Set location notifications for friends in Find My on Mac
- Use the new Find My app to hunt down your friends and your iPhone
- Find My Friends helps you locate your friends and family in iOS
- iOS 13 Find My App: How to Track Your iPhone or Friends
- Notifications when your shared location is updated
- How To Turn Off "Find My Friends" On iPhone & Keep Your Location Secret
- It’s 10 p.m. Do You Know Where Your Friends Are?
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Set location notifications for friends in Find My on Mac
The combined app, now called Apple Find My, has a new look but it works the same way it always has. So if you were to, Heaven forbid, lose your new iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro , you could still track it down using your iCloud account. The new Find My app joins a healthy list of new features Apple added to iOS 13 and iPadOS , including dark mode , a swear-resistant gesture keyboard or is it? The People tab is where you'll find any of your contacts that were previously in the Find My Friends app, including anyone in your Apple Family Sharing group.
A map takes up most of the screen, with a list of your contacts down below. Tap on a contact to zoom in on their location and view options such as getting directions to them or creating a notification. Notifications can be useful if you want to know when a friend leaves or arrives at a location, and prior to iOS 13, your contacts didn't know when you created a notification.
New to iOS 13, your contacts will receive an alert whenever you create a notification related to their location -- no more staying up to date about their location without them knowing and that's a good thing.
The Devices tab lists all of the Apple devices signed into your iCloud account, as well as any devices attached to your Family Sharing group, say your spouse's, parents' or kids'. You can view all of them on a map, or tap on an individual device for information. Find My will include the last time the device was located, its current battery level, get directions to the iPhone or play a lost sound to help find the device. You can also mark the device as lost, activating Lost Mode, to help in its recovery.
The Me tab is where you'll find options to stop sharing your location with your friends, edit location names, and turn friend requests on or off. The most notable new feature in Find My is how Apple locates a lost device, even if it's offline. Apple hasn't revealed much about how the new feature works, but we do know that as long as your lost device is powered on, it can be found by nearby Apple devices, even if a thief has turned off all internet connectivity. You'll then receive an alert where the device is located -- all anonymously, encrypted, and without any interaction by those who are near your lost device.
That means if you leave your iPad in an airport, someone who also has iOS 13 installed on their iPhone can simply walk past your lost iPad and their phone will recognize its Bluetooth signal as a lost device, then send you an alert with your iPad's location, all without that person ever knowing your iPad was lost or having to interact with their phone at all.
Apple is essentially turning all of its hardware into anonymous search parties, and it's pretty darn cool. Hopefully, Apple will detail exactly how this new feature works at some point. It's fascinating and sure to help many lost or stolen Apple devices find their way back to their rightful owners.
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Use the new Find My app to hunt down your friends and your iPhone
Apple designed Find My Friends in as a means for better-connecting with friends and family. It's pretty useful for scenarios when you need to keep tabs at an amusement park or to get a live ETA when your buddy is coming to pick you up from the airport. You can even share your location with others so they can track your whereabouts as you go about your day. Sure, you need consent from both parties before sharing a location, but what if I were to enable Find My Friends on someone else's iPhone, then share their location to my iPhone without them knowing?
Steffen Reich on October 17, With the arrival of iOS 10 and the ability to delete the stock apps some users might find pesky, Find My Friends certainly must be a contender for the title of most frequently trashed app on the Home screen. As teased in the headline, imagine you could use your Find My Friends app to receive a notification when your dinner date is a few blocks away from the restaurant in the city, letting you know it is about time to hit the road yourself. Fear not, because if you know how to, Find my Friends allows you to do just that.
Find My Friends helps you locate your friends and family in iOS
Wednesday, October 16 , [ Tweets ] [ Favorites ]. Interesting: in Find My in iOS 13, the subject of a notification is told you set up a notification. In Find My Friends in the iOS 12 era, you could quietly notify yourself about a friend without them knowing. I could notify myself when she leaves her current location. The person being tracked has already consented and can revoke the permission whenever they want. They can also already see in the app when they are being tracked. Some sort of notification may make sense to remind people who have forgotten that they enabled this feature years ago. But a notification for every single use is really annoying. Many people use this feature to avoid bothering the person.
iOS 13 Find My App: How to Track Your iPhone or Friends
This is admittedly a niche use for Find My Friends. Though it may seem creepy or unnecessary to some, for others, the ability to constantly track one another is a normalized, even welcome addition to their close relationships. This can change the dynamic of friendships in ways both good and bad, both subtle and profound. Read: How friendships change in adulthood.
When iOS 13 comes out — possibly as soon as this coming week — you might notice a couple of blank spaces on your iPhone or iPad's home screen. That's because Apple has taken two of its apps, Find My iPhone and Find My Friends, and collapsed them into a single app, with the somewhat sensible but also slightly unwieldy name Find My. Fear not, though: pretty much all of the functionality from those apps has made it into their replacement. Find My mainly serves as a chance for Apple to redesign those apps, bringing all their location-related finding services under one roof, whether you use Find My to track an iPhone or locate your friends.
Notifications when your shared location is updated
Parents and co-workers alike will find this app very useful to coordinate meetings or just to keep track of their kids. If not, you can add users by following these steps:. Tap a contact to Stop Sharing your location with them, or Remove them. You can also tap More in the upper right corner to get more information.
The combined app, now called Apple Find My, has a new look but it works the same way it always has. So if you were to, Heaven forbid, lose your new iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro , you could still track it down using your iCloud account. The new Find My app joins a healthy list of new features Apple added to iOS 13 and iPadOS , including dark mode , a swear-resistant gesture keyboard or is it? The People tab is where you'll find any of your contacts that were previously in the Find My Friends app, including anyone in your Apple Family Sharing group. A map takes up most of the screen, with a list of your contacts down below.
How To Turn Off "Find My Friends" On iPhone & Keep Your Location Secret
This ensures that the person you're sharing with gets an accurate, up-to-date sense of where you are. There are ways to make sure your location is updating in the background. This will make the notification appear less often. You can minimize this notification to make it less obtrusive. Next time you see the notification, long press it and choose Minimize.
Although there are legitimate concerns about sharing your location willy-nilly, Find My Friends gives everyone full control over what they share, making it truly helpful for families and close friends. In their conversation, tap the i button, tap Share My Location, and in the popover that appears, tap Share Indefinitely. Share for One Hour and Share Until End of Day are useful for temporarily sharing your location while traveling, say, to visit colleagues with whom permanent sharing would be inappropriate.
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