A StuffBak sticker may be just the incentive someone needs to return you lost iDevice.
See if this sounds familiar: "I can't find my iPod!"
Then you must have kids. If I had a nickel for every time one of my offspring said those exact words, well, I'd be sitting on one massive pile of nickels.
Of course, anyone can lose an iPod; the trick is getting it back. The same goes for iPads, but because they're larger, they're less likely to go missing. iPads usually don't slip between couch cushions or under minivan seats (which, incidentally, are among the places my kids' devices spent days or even weeks before being discovered).
iPhones are different; they're pretty easy to track thanks to the Find My iPhone app. But an iPod Touch and Wi-Fi-only iPad lack cellular-assisted positioning, so you can't rely solely on that. Thankfully, there are a few ways to help these lost devices find their way home. All it takes is a little prep work.
1. Slap on a StuffBak sticker. Assuming someone finds your lost iPod or iPad, you want to make it as easy (and cost-effective) as possible for them to return it -- and maybe even provide a little incentive.
StuffBak makes specially coded stickers you can affix to your device. Each one reads "Reward For Return" and includes both a Web address and toll-free number the finder can use to... [Read more]