We’ve previously shown you how to set up Find My iPhone and iPad on your device, but this guide is designed to show you how to turn this feature off when you need it.
The Find My feature on your iPhone or iPad is designed to make finding your device easy and can be used to find a wide variety of devices. This includes iPhones, iPads, Macs, Apple Watch, Apple AirTags, and third-party devices for tracking things like keys and other devices.
Why should I turn this feature off?
For example, if you decide to sell your device or trade it for a new one, you may want to turn off Find My on your device. In order for Find My to function properly in the future, you must remove Find My from your device.
We also recommend turning off this feature if you plan to send your device to Apple or a third-party repair shop for repair, in case your device needs to be replaced. Turning off this feature on your iPhone or iPad will remove the device from your iCloud account
How do I turn off Find My iPhone or iPad?
Turning off the Find My feature on your device is easy.This is for iPhones, iPads, Macs, and other devices[設定]You can do it from the menu.
To turn off this feature on your iPhone, Settings app on your device. Select “Your Name” at the top of the screen.
Scroll down until you see Find My, select that option, and you’ll see your status at the top.If the feature is on, the toggle will appear as upon Find my iPhone.click now ‘upon’ Clicking on an option will bring up a further menu with various options.
This includes toggles for Find My iPhone, Find My Network, and Send Last Location.Select the toggle to completely turn off Find My on your device look for me at the apex.
You will then be asked to: Please enter your password For your Apple ID, once this is done, you can select erase located at the top of the display. This feature will be turned off on your device so that you can sell it or give it to someone else and set it up as a new device.
This guide was written using an iPhone running iOS 16.2 at the time of writing and is designed to make it easy to turn off the Find My feature on your device.
I hope you find this guide helpful. If you have any thoughts or questions, let us know in the comments section below.
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