How Do I Turn Off Find My iPhone On An iPhone? Here’s The Fix!

You want to disable Find My iPhone, but you’re not sure how. Find My iPhone is a feature that will help you track down your device if it ever gets lost or stolen. In this article, I’ll show you how to turn off Find My iPhone on an iPhone!

How To Turn Off Find My iPhone On Your iPhone

Begin by opening the Settings app and tapping on your name at the top of the menu. Then, tap iCloud -> Find My iPhone.

tap find my iphone settings app

Next, tap on the switch to the right of Find My iPhone. Before you can turn off Find My iPhone, you’ll have to enter your Apple ID password. This is to protect you in case your iPhone gets stolen and the thief tries to disable Find My iPhone! After entering your Apple ID password, tap Turn Off to turn off Find My iPhone.

tap switch next to find my iphone

Find My iPhone: Disabled!

You’ve disabled Find My iPhone and now it won’t be traceable if it gets lost or stolen. If you know anyone else who wants to turn off Find My iPhone, make sure to share this article with them! If you have any other iPhone-related questions, leave them in the comments section below.

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David L.

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[…] Before you can restore an iTunes backup, you’ll have to turn off Find My iPhone. […]

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Dear Ghufran, Thanks so much for reading and for your question. I’d recommend you check out my article about how to save iPhone battery life before you take any more action related to the physical components in the iPhone: https://www.payetteforward.com/why-does-my-iphone-battery-die-so-fast-heres-the-real-fix/ Most iPhone battery problems are related to software, and since you’ve already replaced the battery and the problem still exists, I’m willing to bet that’s what’s going on with your iPhone. To answer your question about Apple’s battery replacement program, here’s a link that to Apple’s website that explains everything you need to know: https://www.apple.com/support/iphone5-battery/ Thanks again for reading and… Read more »