What Devices Work with Find My Network?

Apple’s Find My network allows you to easily locate your devices whenever they’re lost or stolen. Whether you need to locate your Apple Watch, iPhone, or MacBook, the Find My app has you covered. For some devices, it can work even when there is no internet connection. The best part is, this helpful tool works with more than just Apple accessories.

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What Apple Devices Are Compatible with Find My?

Apple first introduced Find My as Find My iPhone and Find My Mac. Both apps were essentially the same and served the same purpose: to allow users to find their Apple devices when they were lost or stolen. In 2019, since they encompassed more than just the iPhone and Mac, both apps were merged into one and rebranded as just Find My. This new iteration of Find My added new features, like Lost Mode, and now, many Apple devices are compatible with the Find My network, including:

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  • iPhone‌
  • iPad‌
  • iPod touch
  • Apple Watch
  • AirPods
  • AirPods Pro
  • AirPods Max
  • AirTag
  • Mac
  • MacBook
  • MagSafe Wallet

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Can You Track a Stolen HomePod or Apple TV?

Unfortunately, there is no way to use Find My with HomePod or Apple TV. These devices lack the location technology necessary to use Find My. As a result, they cannot be tracked in the Find My app, so if you misplace them, you will not be able to recover them. If tracking these devices is important to you, you may want to attach an AirTag to them, which you can use with Find My to determine their location.

Are Third-Party Devices Compatible with Find My?

Last year, Apple opened up the Find My network to support a wide range of third-party accessories. If a device comes Bluetooth enabled and the manufacturer has integrated support for the Find My network, you can use the Find My app to locate it. This includes things like wireless earbuds, backpacks, wallets, and even e-bikes.

Once you have a compatible device, we can show you how to add devices to Find My, and how to enable Find My iPhone.

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Rhett Intriago

Rhett Intriago is a Feature Writer at iPhone Life, offering his expertise in all things iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods. He enjoys writing on topics related to maintaining privacy in a digital world, as well as iPhone security. He’s been a tech enthusiast all his life, with experiences ranging from jailbreaking his iPhone to building his own gaming PC.

Despite his disdain for the beach, Rhett is based in Florida. In his free time, he enjoys playing the latest games, spoiling his cats, or discovering new places with his wife, Kyla.