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Thursday, 13 October 2016

Apple Watch, now supports "Find My iPhone"

Our Apple Watch is becoming with the passage of time in a really useful accessory that helps us carry the information we need every day on our wrist, and access it without having to unlock the iPhone.

We can use it to measure our activity, check our email, or even to buy without lugging the portfolio using Apple Pay, although the latter is not yet available in many countries today . But more functionality, the greater the risk that our information is compromised in case of theft or loss, and this is what we want to avoid today.

Apple Watch, now supports "Find My iPhone"

Since the first version of software clock, we could choose a PIN that would apply whenever we quitásemos, but this security measure was not enough, so from WatchOS 2 Apple introduced the trigger lock.

As iOS devices, blocking activation linked to the device with iCloud account with which you log on first boot, so if you try to restore it, you must log on before with the account that was linked at first.

In addition, from iOS 10 and WatchOS 3, you can use Find My iPhone with the Apple Watch, which can get the latest estimated location of our clock, playing a sound from it, delete it , or activate the "Lost Mode" with which we will request that the clock iCloud account the next time you connect.

How to use it?

In case you lose your Watch, you should only access the app itself "Find my iPhone", or website. From there, you can start remote security features offered by the device.

On the other hand, if you have an Apple Watch Series 2, you'll have a more precise location by integrating GPS, so you may have a better chance of finding it .

Now we just wish you never have to use it, as there are few worse suffering in this digital age to lose your smartphone, or in this case, your smartwatch.

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