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Find my iPhone from iMac


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After updating iMac and iPhone yesterday, the new Find my iPhone app via iCloud seems to work pretty well from an iPhone and quickly located my iPhone, my wife's and the iMac, However. I cannot find a way to use the Find my iPhone facility from the iMac. Can this be done? By the way, I think that the iMac's wireless has to be turned on in order for it to be located,
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I have now found the answer - you have to log on to icloud.com from a browser (I was expecting some sort of app).
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