How to Find Your Lost iPhone, iPod, iPad, or Apple Computer


Most mobile devices these days have built-in tracking features that are very convenient for a variety of reasons. For example, health and wellness apps that monitor your activity require location tracking to be turned on. Location tracking can help find lost or stolen devices.

Because of privacy concerns, location tracking is typically an ‘opt-in’ service. Those who decide to not permit location tracking for their devices will not be able to have them easily located and recovered.

For users of Apple mobile devices, you’ll need to enable location tracking prior to attempting to find a lost device.


These are the steps you can follow to find a device:

  1. Go to
  2. Login using your Apple ID.
  3. Click on the Find My Phone icon as shown below.
  4. The Find My Phone service will display a map with your device or devices indicated on the map with dots. in the example below there are no devices displayed, but when you use the service hopefully your device will show up. Under the All Devices drop-down menu, your available devices

Apple MacBook iMac Left Mouse Button Not Working Mountain Lion Mavericks


If the left mouse button for your Apple computer stops working or suddenly becomes non responsive for no apparent reason, try this trick to possibly fix the problem.

  1. Using the right mouse button, navigate from the Apple (icon) menu to System Preferences and click on Mouse.
  2. Under “Primary mouse button” switch to the Right mouse button and then switch back to the Left. Try this a couple times (keeping in mind that the alternate button will be primary), and return to Left as the primary (or your preferred button).

This may restore the proper function of the left mouse button.