Apple’s Find My iPhone is a popular location-tracking iOS app that can track any stolen or lost iOS devices has been upgraded to a newer version this week. You can download the new Find My iPhone from the iTunes store or, if you have the app pre-installed on your iPhone, head over to the App Store icon and click on “Updates.”
Find My iPhone version 2.0.3 offers nothing new to the table. Only bugs have been fixed and improvements have been made in the stability department. You can still activate the “Lock mode” or remotely wipe personal data from iPhone. For more details, head over to our mobile tracking guide section where we reveal everything you need to know about Find My iPhone app.
It is useful to know that Find My iPhone works only on devices running iOS 5 and higher. If the app crashes frequently on your device, then update it to the latest version right away.
Apple updated Find My iPhone in the month of March. That version, too, came with bug fixes and stability improvements. Only last year did Apple include features like lock mode and erase options along with real-time tracking locations.
The first version of Find My iPhone was released in the year 2010. Since then, the app has been embraced by many iOS users and it has helped them to trace back their iPhones, iPads and iPod touches. Many parents have highly praised Apple for releasing such an app, as it can help them keep track of their kid’s location.
As usual, Find My iPhone app is free to download and is sized at about 17.3 MB.