Losing your Apple iPhone 13 or iPhone 13 Pro is one of the most distressing feelings you can experience. You don’t have to be upset. There are many ways to locate a lost or stolen iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro.
The majority of smartphone thefts occur in spring. There is still a possibility that your iPhone 13 or iPhone 13 Pro may be lost or stolen during the fall, winter or summer. iOS Device Manager allows users to remotely locate and wipe their iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro and to delete all data. Google recently added the ability to make your iPhone 13 or iPhone 13 Pro ring, if it isn’t. Here are some ways to locate a stolen or lost Apple iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro.
How to Find a Lost or Stolen iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro
Using a smartphone or computer, visit Find My iPhone on by iCloud.com.
Click All Devices. (The device will have a grey dot or a green dots next to it. The green dot indicates that it’s online and the grey dot indicates it’s offline.
Select the device that you wish to locate.
Choose a method to erase your iPhone 13
It is impossible to save data on iPhone 13 if you have not done a backup. You will need to wipe the iPhone in order to reset your password for iPhone 13 or iPhone 13 Pro.
If the iPhone 13 or iPhone 13 Pro has already been synced to iTunes, you can use the iTunes method.
If the iPhone 13 or iPhone 13 Pro has been signed in to iCloud, or Find My iPhone is turned on, use the iCloud method
Delete your iPhone 13 using iTunes
Connect your iPhone 13/13 Pro to the computer.
Open iTunes and enter your passcode, if necessary.
Wait for iTunes to sync iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro, then create a backup.
After the sync is complete and the backup completed, click To restore [your device].
When the Set Up screen appears on the iPhone 13 or iPhone 13 Pro, click on Restore from iTunes Backup.
Select your iPhone 13 or iPhone 13 Pro from iTunes. Take a look at the size and date of each backup to determine which one is the most important.
Delete your iPhone 13 using iCloud
Goto ICloud.com/find with a different device.
If required, log in with your Apple ID.
Next, at the top of your browser, click on All Devices.
Select the device that you wish to be erased.
Next, tap on “Erase [device]”, which will erase your device along with its passcode.
Now you have two options: either set up a new backup or restore an existing backup.
You can’t delete your device if it isn’t connected via Wi-Fi or cellular networks.
Recover your iPhone 13 using recovery mode
To restore your device if you have never synced with iTunes before or set up Find My iPhone to iCloud, you will need to use the recovery mode. This will wipe the device and your passcode.
Connect your iPhone 13 with your computer and launch iTunes
While your iPhone 13 remains connected, force restart it: Hold down the Home and Sleep/Wake buttons for at least 10 second, then release the button when you see the Apple logo. Continue holding the power button until you see the recovery mode screen.
When you see the choice to Restore or update, choose Update. iTunes will attempt to reinstall iOS, but it won’t erase your data. While iTunes downloads the appropriate software to your device, wait.