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Apple's Find My iPhone app now provides driving directions

Apple's Find My iPhone app now provides driving directions

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Apple today rolled out a small but potentially useful update for its Find My iPhone app that gives users driving directions to their missing device. The latest version of the app shows the device's location as a point of interest, and gives users the option to tap a car icon and get driving directions there. In order to take advantage of the new navigation feature to track down a lost or stolen device, the user obviously needs a second iOS device on which the Find...



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