Finding your iPhone options?

Discussion in 'iPhone Tips, Help and Troubleshooting' started by nirvana06, Jul 24, 2009.

  1. nirvana06 macrumors regular

    Jan 8, 2006
    I don't feel like paying $100 for mobile me that i never use, are there any other options to find iPhone if it gets lost other than with mobile me?
    Or is mobile me worth keeping?

  2. AiralynRose macrumors 6502a

    Jun 3, 2008
    Pittsburgh, PA
    You can get mobileme from amazon usually for about $69 if that makes it more attractive to you. (I just purchased a renewal for $55.99).

    Some things to consider:
    Do you have a mac? or a pc? or both?
    multiple computers?
    would you benefit from having your contacts/calendar items pushed/synced?
    Do you already have push emails?
    Would you have a use for the iDisk space?

    MobileMe can offer a lot more than just "find my iPhone" services. I think it is worth every penny, I couldn't live without it. Especially if you have a mac.

    I store important documents on my iDisk so that I can access them anywhere. I have my contacts, calendars, and bookmarks synced between my iMac, MacBook, & iPhone. When I got my new macbook, I used mobileme to sync my settings & keychains to it from my iMac so that setup was a breeze. If I get my iPhone replaced, all I have to do is add my mobileme info and I'm back in business with my contacts/calendars/emails even before I go home to sync. If your router supports it, you can use Back to My Mac to access your computer from anywhere. You can share photos and videos with your family with mobileme gallery. Or publish websites to your mobileme space. It is definitely worth considering.
  3. stezza333 macrumors regular

    May 12, 2009
    Cylay. Works on JB 3.0. Has more features than mobile me's find my phone and is free to try for 20 days or so. After that it's $19 a year. Check is out

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