This is what I really wanted. My son is special and drifts at times when we're at a theme park. It would be great if he had an Apple Watch 2 and I could find him based on his Apple Watch's location. I know that this would require WiFi, but some theme parks have WiFi, and if push comes to shove, there is alway MiFi. If Find My Friends does not exist for Apple Watch, I could see a way to do it using CloudKit. Let's call the app TheApp. 1. TheApp on the watch would periodically upload the user's location using CloudKit (public database) with a unique uuid that is known to the person who's interested in the location. CloudKit API is now available in Apple Watch apps. 2. The user who's interested downloads the data record using TheApp (from the public database) with that uuid and obtains the person's location. 3. When the app quits, the record can be deleted from the pubic database. Questions remain, like how unique is a uuid, etc.