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When you turn on a new iOS device or after you’ve completed the update to iOS 5, follow the onscreen instructions to activate your device and set up iCloud.*
If you skipped the setup process or want to change your iCloud settings, tap the Settings icon on the Home screen and select iCloud.
Tap the Settings icon and select iCloud. Tap the On/Off switches to enable individual iCloud services, including Photo Stream, Documents, Find My iPhone, and more.
To enable Backup, tap Storage & Backup, then switch on iCloud Backup.
To enable automatic downloads for your music, apps, and books, tap the Settings icon on the Home screen and select Store.
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On your device’s Home screen, tap Settings, and then tap iCloud.
If you are asked to sign in with your Apple ID, then you haven’t set up iCloud on this device. Set up iCloud now.
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At the bottom of the screen, tap to turn on Find My iPhone (or Find My iPad or Find My iPod), and when asked to confirm you want this option, tap Allow.
Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, and then click iCloud.
If you are asked to sign in with your Apple ID, then you haven’t set up iCloud on this Mac. Set up iCloud now.
At the bottom of the screen, select the Find My Mac checkbox, and then confirm that you want to allow Find My Mac to use the location of this Mac.
Step 7: (locate your device)
Go to icloud.com/find and sign in using your Apple ID (the one you use with iCloud).
If you’re already signed in to a different application on icloud.com, click the iCloud button Attachments are only available to registered users.Register Here to switch applications.
If your device is online, its approximate location is shown on the Find My iPhone map (it may take a few minutes). The green circle around the device’s location indicates the accuracy of the location (the smaller the better).
If Find My iPhone is unable to locate your device for one hour, Old Location appears above your device name on the map. The last known location is displayed for up to 24 hours, after which the map is cleared.
Do any of the following:
Locate a different device: If you set up Find My iPhone on more than one iOS device or Mac, click the item you want to locate in the My Devices list on the left.
A green dot Attachments are only available to registered users.Register Here to the left of your device’s name means it’s online, and a gray dot Attachments are only available to registered users.Register Here means that Find My iPhone is trying to connect to the device or that it’s offline.
Zoom in or out: Use the map navigation controls in the upper-right corner to center the device on the map, move around the map, or zoom in or out.
Check for an updated or more specific location: Click the Refresh button at the top-right side of the My Devices list.