How to Use Siri to Find Your Lost Apple Devices? Losing a smart device, such as a smartphone, tablet, smartwatch, laptop, or music player can be a pain to find. But your hassles can now be eased a bit because now you can track your iPhone using Siri.
Apple has actually helped users to be able to find a lost iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or Apple Watch using the Find My feature on Apple devices.
Now it’s even easier for you because you can track your iPhone using Siri. It can also be used to find other Apple devices, such as an iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or Apple Watch.
You can use Siri to track a lost iPhone, iPad, and others, but the condition is that the lost device must be connected to the Internet for Siri to quickly find the device.
Otherwise, the lost device will only receive a notification once it connects to the Internet again. So, how do you use Siri to find a lost device?
Apple has shared a handy guide on its support page that helps users find their lost iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, and Apple Watch devices.
It’s also worth noting that finding any device that uses Siri will require the user to link their device to their iCloud account, for the functionality to work seamlessly.
How to Locate a Missing Apple Device
How to track iPhone Using Siri
Finding a lost device using Siri is fairly easy, but users should note that they can only quickly find the device if the lost device is connected to the Internet using Wi-Fi or cellular data.
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In this tutorial, we provide guidance for devices running iOS 14 or later. Follow these steps to track iPhone using Siri below:
- Summon Siri with a “Hey Siri” voice command or pressing the home button, side button, or up button.
- Ask to Find My ‘X’ (replace ‘X’ with the name of a lost device such as iPhone or Apple Watch).
- Siri will then show the location of the linked Device on a map in the Find My app.
- In addition, Siri will also play a “beep” sound on the lost device to make it easier to find.
If the lost device is offline, Siri will send any commands and a notification will be sent to that device once it is back online.
However, it is recommended that users register an FIR about a lost device at the nearest police station, if they believe that their device is missing and has not been found.
Well, that was How to Use Siri to Find Your Lost Apple Devices. It’s very easy, isn’t it?
Of course, we hope that your beloved smart device will not be lost or stolen. But if that happens, you can use this method.