Lost Iphone How Do We Find It’s Loction

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phleb | 01:14 Fri 24th Dec 2021 | Technology
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My daughter lost her iPhone today and it’s brand new. She can’t remember her Apple ID and when we rest password it wants her mobile number - we don’t have the phone so what else can we do? Thanks


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Doesnt your computer browser save its logins / passwords to get her Apple id. Her phone number is usually on the box or paperwork.
If you've still got the card that the SIM card was attached to the phone number might be on that.
Haven't you got her mobile number stored on your phone? Does any of her friends have it?
If she thinks she lost it outside the house report it stolen to police and Apple. Use their webchat for this. They can also help recover Apple ID etc.
The phone is lost so she can't use it to reset ID!
You don't need your iPhone to reset your password, calmck

Use someone else's device to reset your password

You can reset your Apple ID password on a friend or family member's iPhone, iPad or iPod touch using the Apple Support app or the Find My iPhone app. You can also visit an Apple Store and ask to use a device on site.
They want to find the phone. She needs to report it lost in case someone finds it and uses it. Best to report to police and contact Apple for advice and help
has she not contacted anyone she has called it will be on their mobile ?? go round to see the person or write /call that person from a landline or other mobile if she has bothered to make notes of her contacts

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