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An AirTag broadcasts its unique ID to nearby iOS devices so that they can transmit its location via the Find My network.
Why can't an iPhone that has no mobile data access, after it runs out of data allowance for the month after having been lost, do the same to help to be found?
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asked Nov 12, 2022 at 0:13
Your iPhone can do that.
iPhone running iOS 15 or later can participate in Find My network and are locatable offline, even when the battery on the device has drained.
Go to Settings app and tap on your name shown as the first item, and navigate to Find My → Find My iPhone and turn on Find My Network.
answered Nov 12, 2022 at 0:36
Nimesh Neema♦Nimesh Neema
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