You are often told to set a different password for each account, but this is troublesome. A good option is to register and log in to popular websites through social media accounts , your account will be safe and you don’t need to set a unique password for it. If you need the services of a website, but you are skeptical about it, then you can use the “temporary email” service.
Go to icloud.com/find. Sign in with the Apple ID and password you used to set up your device for Find My (or Find My iPhone). If you’re asked to enter a code from a trusted device If you go to icloud.com and sign in with your Apple ID and password, you may be asked to enter a code sent to a trusted device.
· If her iPad is set up using the same Apple ID for iCloud she can simply use the Find My iPhone app on the iPad with no code required. On a Mac she can use Safari and log in to www.icloud.com/find# with a password but with no code required. The following may also help: If your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch is lost or stolen – Apple Support
See all your devices on a map. Is your iPad at home or back at the office? Use the map to get a full picture …
Play a sound to. find your device. When you can’t find something but think it’s nearby or around others who …
Display a message for someone who finds it. If your device or AirTag goes missing, you can put it in Lost …
Erase it with ease. Worried that your device has fallen into the wrong hands? You may want to erase it …
Lock it down. Automatically. Activation Lock is designed to prevent anyone else from using or selling your …
In Find My iPhone on iCloud.com, click All Devices, then select the device you want to put into Lost Mode or lock. If you don’t see All Devices, it’s because you’ve already selected a device. Click the name of the current device in the center of the toolbar to access the Devices list, then select a new device. Click Lost Mode or Lock.
· If your friend or family member uses iOS 9 through 12 and they can’t download the Apple Support app, use the Find My iPhone app instead. Open the Find My iPhone app. When a Sign In screen appears, make sure the Apple ID field is empty. If you see someone else’s user name, erase it.
· To find your device, sign in to iCloud.com/find. Or use the Find My app on another Apple device that you own. If your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch doesn’t appear in the list of devices, Find My was not turned on. But you can still protect your account if Find My was not turned on.
Sign in to iCloud to access your photos, videos, documents, notes, contacts, and more. Use your Apple ID or create a new account to start using Apple services.
· You may need to enter your iCloud account to access your old photos, notes, contacts, etc. but if you had had two-factor authentication enabled you won’t be able to enter the code when prompted because you no longer have the phone it’s being sent to. You’re in a bit of a …
· If you don’t add an iCloud account on your device, tap Settings > Sign in to your iPhone Forgot Apple ID or Password. (On iOS 10.2 or earilier, tap Settings > iCloud >Forgot Apple ID or Password) You can then reset Apple ID password. You can also recover iCloud password on PC, Mac or other devices via Apple ID account page (appleid.apple.com).
· Step 1. Get an accessible iPhone (your family’s iPhone/your firend’s iPhone), and go to the App Store, then download the "Find My iPhone" app. Step 2. After installation, launch it and log in with your iCloud account (normally is Apple ID) and password.