Find my iPhone feature is Apple’s native feature of helping its users in case of lost iPhone. You turn on this feature, and it tracks the location of your phone which you can see by signing in to your iCloud from any device like a computer or a tablet when you don’t have your iPhone. But if you are sick and tired of find my iPhone feature because of its continuous notifications, you can turn off find my iPhone from your iPhone and from any other computer. All you need to know is your iCloud id password. You cannot disable found my iPhone remotely if you don’t know the password, because if that was possible, anyone could do it and we will end up with a lot of lost iPhones with no trace and an absolute chaos.
Here’s how to turn off find my iPhone from your iPhone. The second way shows how to turn off find my iPhone from computer.
Turn off Find my iPhone
Launch Settings from your iPhone.
Go to iCloud tab and on a bit lower side, you will see an option “find my iPhone” with a toggle button in front of it. Simply toggle the button OFF. That’s it. This was how to turn off find my iPhone. You will not get any notification; email notifications and alerts will also be turned off.
In order to turn off Find my iPhone remotely, follow the steps given below.
From any Computer Remotely
Open iCloud website and go to this page.
Enter your Apple ID credentials. After signing in, go to Find my iPhone option if you are not on the page from the home menu.
Select “All Devices”.
Select your device by looking at the name if you have multiple devices added against your account. Once the device is select, click on “Remove from Account”.
Click Remove when the alert shows up.
That’s it. This was how to turn off find my iPhone remotely. Share your feedback in the comments section.