Find My Mac Is Now Available For Developers


After giving developers access to Find My iPhone feature in iCloud service, it became known that Apple has also turned on Find My Mac feature in this service. Now it is available to developers for beta testing of iCloud service. The service was officially offered in Developer Preview 4 although its addition to Lion was leaked earlier. The user can activate this function within iCloud control panel in system preferences and their Macs will be displayed on iCloud.com.

For finding the user’s location, which is made fairly accurately, the service uses WiFi router data. Find My Mac has the same features that are found in Find My iPhone for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch: remote wiping, remote locking, showing a message and playing sound. Possibly Find My Mac will be launched this fall along with the release of iCloud.

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Written by maxim

Friday, August 5, 2011. 20:24

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