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Unfortunately, it would not appear at all if they did a root hardware restore (basically some jailbreak methods). There is a possibility (as tron_jones points out) that you must use a password in order to turn off Find My iPhone, but if the person was skilled in iPhone theivery, they will know how to restore the phone without this. If they are not, they ...


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No it probably deletes the info that it's yours.


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Currently, an erased iPhone cannot be located according to these Apple KB articles. iCloud: Erase your device (Feb 4, 2015) If your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch is lost or stolen (Mar 22, 2015) Important: Before you erase your device, try to locate it or play a sound on it. After you erase it, you can’t use Find My iPhone to do either. Erase ...


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You can't restore an iPhone which has active Find My iPhone using iTunes. If the iPhone is restored outside of iTunes, then Activation Lock will be enabled and you can still track the device providing a SIM card is inserted or the device is connected to Wi-Fi.



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