Locate a device in Find My iPhone on iCloud.com
Find the approximate location of your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, Apple Watch, or AirPods using Find My iPhone. You can locate your device if Find My [device] is set up for the device and the following is true:
For an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or Apple Watch: The device is online. Find My iPhone on iCloud.com doesn’t support Offline Finding.
For AirPods: The AirPods are out of their case and near one of your iOS or iPadOS devices.
If you have Family Sharing set up, you can also locate a family member’s device. See the Apple Support article Share your location with your family.
In Find My iPhone on iCloud.com, tap All Devices. In the list, the dot next to a device indicates its status:
Select the device you want to locate. The name of the device appears in the center of the toolbar.
If the device is online and can be located, its approximate location is shown on the map.
Note: If your AirPods are separated from each other, you see only one location at a time on the map. First, find the one shown on the map and put it in the case. Then refresh the map and find the other one.
If Find My iPhone can’t locate the device, the last known location is displayed for up to 24 hours. Tap Notify When Found to get an email when it comes online.
Do any of the following:
Update the location: Tap the green dot on the map, then tap Refresh .
Move the map: Swipe.
Zoom in: Double-tap with one finger (or pinch open).
Zoom out: Tap with two fingers (or pinch closed).
To locate another device, tap the name of the current device in the center of the toolbar to access the Devices list, then select a new device.
You can also use the Find My (or Find My iPhone) app on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac to locate a missing device.
Note: Maps and location information depend on data collection services provided by third parties. These services are subject to change and may not be available in all geographic areas, resulting in inaccurate or incomplete maps or location information.