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App Update: Find My iPhone

App Update: Find My iPhone

A new update has been posted for the Find My iPhone app. This is a free app that provides the location of your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad and remotely wipe all your personal data from the device, if necessary.
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App Updates: MultiPong, Friendly for Facebook, Pinball HD, Weather HD, Business Card Reader, Find My iPhone

App Updates: MultiPong, Friendly for Facebook, Pinball HD, Weather HD, Business Card Reader, Find My iPhone

There are updates available for several of our favorite apps today; MultiPong, Friendly for Facebook, Pinball HD, Weather HD, Business Card Reader and Find My iPhone. Here’s the breakdown:
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Find My iPhone/iPad Service Available to Public, MobileMe Subscription No Longer Required

Find My iPhone/iPad Service Available to Public, MobileMe Subscription No Longer Required

According to an Engadget report, Apple’s Find My iPhone and iPad service should be available shortly to the public for free on the iPhone 4, iPad and fourth generation iPod Touch running on the latest iOS 4.2 update.
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Find my iPhone Feature Available for FREE from Apple!

Find my iPhone Feature Available for FREE from Apple!

Apple has recently announced that iOS 4.2 will be available today. Along with this Apple is making the Find My iPhone feature absolutely free, without Mobile Me.
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Find My iPhone App Helps Locate iPad Thieves

Find My iPhone App Helps Locate iPad Thieves

An Apple employee’s home was recently robbed by a couple of thieves who made off with $20,000 worth of electronic goods which included 2 iPads, an iBook, laptops and a PC. They almost got away with it, however, the owner had already activated the Find My iPad feature on his Find My iPhone app, allowing the police to track and apprehend the two robbers. Go to iPadmodo for more.
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Find My iPhone: No App For That

Find My iPhone: No App For That

I’ve decided to start a new series of articles here at Appmodo called “No App For That” because even though there are tens of thousands of apps in the app store, I just don’t buy Apple’s marketing campaign of “Yup, there’s an app for that”, especially when even Apple is at fault for not having an obvious “app for that”.  The series kicks off with “Find My iPhone” and yup, there’s no app for that.
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