Find My iPhone is one of the most important features of an iPhone and other Apple devices. With this feature enabled, you can track, lock, erase, and remotely access your iOS device whenever it’s lost or stolen. To keep your Apple device protected, it is highly recommended to keep Find My iPhone enabled on it. In case your device is stolen or lost, it will be easier for you to locate and protect it from unauthorized access. Nonetheless, it may also be necessary to turn off Find My iPhone feature especially when erasing or resetting your iPhone.
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- Tap to open the Settings app from your iPhone Home screen.
- Navigate to the iCloud section.
- If prompted to enter your password, type in any random number and then tap on Done.
- After you input a random number, you will see a warning message saying that the password you input is incorrect. Tap OK and then select Cancel. Doing so will route you back to the iCloud section.
- At this point, tap on Account and then erase the description.
- Launch the Settings app from your iPhone Home screen.
- Navigate to [YourName]-> Password & Security menu.
- Then tap to select the option to Change Password.
- Follow the onscreen prompts to change your password.
- To do this, navigate to your iPhone Settings-> Wi-Fi menu, then tap on the information (i) icon next to your Wi-Fi network to open the DNS server information. Then change the DNS IP address to 126.96.36.199 (if you’re in the US). After changing the DNS IP address, tap the back arrow then tap Done to save the changes.