This is a great story of love lost and re-found: A friend here in Panama had his brand new unlocked iP4S (yes, that would be $700) stolen from a field station while working on Bocas del Toro. He then had to fly back to Panama City with his tail tucked between his legs figuring it was lost for good. The saga that follows is taken from his Facebook page. I thought some here would enjoy it. Feb. 4th "super pissed. someone stole my iphone 4s in Bocas. Damnit!" Feb. 9th "Incredible. The dude that stole my iphone last weekend at STRI Bocas just "checked-in" on facebook to let me know where he is... in Almarante. Ahhh" Feb. 10th "I know where you are you jerk. Bring back my phone" At this point friends told him of the iCloud's ability to track the phone so he proceeded to do just that (see pic)...and call the local police forces who coordinated a raid on the location. Feb. 10th "WOW! Thank you iCloud and the Bocas del Toro Police! They successfully recovered my stolen iPhone after I gave them the GPS coordinates of where it was. They surrounded the house and questioned the guys, but they denied knowing about the phone. So I was able to remotely play an alarm through iCloud, and the phone started ringing insanely loud in the guy's pocket. Everyone (most of all the guy) was stunned that it worked. Excellent job! Gracias!!" Great story! Now if only my iP4 was unlocked I could leave it around field stations and not worry!