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I have enabled my iCloud => Find My iPhone and when i look for it on my iMac it finds it okay.

How do i wipe out the phone for security should i lose the thing.

And if i do wipe it out, can it still be tracked?

If i get it back in "wiped out" mode, can i 'reconstitute' it using iCloud?

Thanks, bluedog
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