Use Find My to locate your friends, family, Apple devices, and personal items—all in the same app.
Note: Find My features are not available in all regions or languages.
Share locations with friends. In the People list, click Share My Location to tell friends and family where you are. You can share your location for an hour, a day, or indefinitely, and stop sharing whenever you like. You can also ask to follow a friend so you can see where they are on a map and get step-by-step directions to their location.
Set location alerts. Automatically send notifications to friends when you arrive at or leave a specific location. Set notifications when your friends leave and arrive, too. If your friends create notifications about your location, you can view them all in one place—click Me in the People list, then scroll to Notifications About You.
Secure a lost device. Use Find My to locate and protect a missing Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple Watch, or AirPods. Click a device in the Devices list to locate it on the map. Click to play a sound on the device to help you find it, mark the device as lost so others can’t access your personal information, and even erase the device remotely.
Locate devices, even if they’re offline. Find My uses Bluetooth signals from other nearby Apple devices to locate your device when it’s not connected to a Wi-Fi or cellular network. These signals are anonymous and encrypted, and help find the location of your missing device without compromising privacy.
Find a family member’s device. You can use Find My to help locate a family member’s device, if you’re in a Family Sharing group and your family member is sharing their location with you.
Find everyday items. Attach an AirTag to an item like your keychain to quickly locate it when you can’t find it. Use your iOS or iPadOS device to register an AirTag and compatible third-party items to your Apple ID. To locate items using your Mac, click the Items tab in Find My, then click an item in the list to view its location on the map. If the item can’t be located, you can view its last location and receive a notification when the item is found. You can even turn on Lost Mode for an item that includes a message and phone number. See “Locate an item in Find My on Mac in the Find My User Guide.
Learn more. See the Find My User Guide.