Can you locate iphone when its off

 

Someone called me last month. I know date and approximate time, but I'm unable to see that call in my iPhone. Is there any way to do this?

There's no way to see the true call history as a proper timeline through the iPhone, although with a bit of work it can be achieved however apps like PhoneView allow you to see your call history as individual, historical calls.

When you connect to the app, it downloads your call history for you, and you can then clear it on the iPhone without losing the history in the app.

Can you locate iphone when its off

There’s an iPhone laying somewhere on this carpet. You have to stare really hard and probably scour every pixel of this picture and possibly stop blinking for at least four minutes in order to find it, but I promise you that it’s there. Jeya May Cruz dropped her iPhone onto this rug and basically saw her phone vanish before her eyes. Who knew iPhones had an invisibility feature.

Someone called me last month. I know date and approximate time, but I'm unable to see that call in my iPhone. Is there any way to do this?

There's no way to see the true call history as a proper timeline through the iPhone, although with a bit of work it can be achieved however apps like PhoneView allow you to see your call history as individual, historical calls.

When you connect to the app, it downloads your call history for you, and you can then clear it on the iPhone without losing the history in the app.

Having a stolen or lost iPhone is bound to give you a sinking feeling in your stomach - there's $200-$500 down the drain. But just because the iPhone's not in your hands anymore doesn't mean you can't get it back. Whether your phone was just lost or has been stolen, these apps and tips can help you recover it and save yourself from having to buy a new phone.

Note: In case you’re actually missing an Android device, head over to my guide on how to track a lost Android phone or tablet . If you’re reading this, then I assume that you just lost your beloved iPhone or iPad or, even worse, someone stole it. Either way, you must be in despair and want your device and your data back ASAP. Thankfully, there’s a way to track it down, lock it or wipe its data. Using the following steps, you are also able to track a lost or stolen Macbook .

Important note : If you haven’t activated “Find My iPhone / iPad / Mac” when you set up your device, this method won’t work. 

Although you can download the official “Find My iPhone” app on the App Store, you don’t actually need it to track your Apple device. This means the app doesn’t have to be installed on your missing iPhone, iPad or Mac. The good thing here is that Find My iPhone is actually a cloud-based service by Apple. The app is only another way of accessing this service to locate your iPhone or other Apple devices. If you own an iPad or a second iPhone, you can also install the app and try to locate your missing device. Otherwise, all you need is a browser and your Apple ID login details.

Apple's Find My iPhone service is a free service available to all iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad owners that can help you find your iDevice if it gets lost or stolen.  Find My iPhone uses WiFi triangulation and/or real-GPS tracking to locate your device and display it's location on the Me.com website or from another iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch using the Find My iPhone App.

We have several posts and pages here at GrownUpGeek.com regarding how to track in iPhone  and  difference between the Find my iPhone App and the Find my iPhone service , but we still get questions about the specifics of finding a stolen iPhone, what Find My iPhone can or cannot do, etc, so this page will provide some quick and easy answers to those common questions.  Although the term iPhone is used, most answers also apply to the iPad and iPod Touch.

A: You must have previously configured the Find My iPhone service, Location Services must be enabled for Find My iPhone, the iPhone must be powered-on, the iPhone must be able to aquire a GPS signal OR location triangulation via cell-towers or WiFi, and the iPhone must be in a 3G service area or be connected to WiFi.