IF you fear someone is tracking your whereabouts, they may well be spying on your devices remotely.
We’ve already seen how to stop this on Facebook, but what can be done on iPhone?
Apple has a Find My feature to help locate lost kits.
Luckily, Apple’s security is pretty tight, so if someone hacked into your account, it’s probably because of your password.
Maybe you accidentally shared it with someone or your password is too simple.
First, you’ll want to know for sure if someone is following you, so let’s take a look at Find My and see if there are any devices that aren’t yours logging into your account.
See where your Apple ID is signed in
On your iPhone, open the settings and tap your name at the top.
Scroll down and you will see all the devices your account is logged on to.
Check them out to see if there are any you don’t recognize – keep in mind that they may not all be Apple products with access to Find My.
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For example, you might be signed in on a PlayStation or Xbox.
If you see one that isn’t yours, you may have cause for concern.
But don’t panic – you can stop them from stalking you in an instant.
Tap on the device in question and below you will see Remove from account.
This will immediately deny them access to your account.
After that, you should probably change your password so they can’t get back in.
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