Withsimple steps, you can send a message to an iPhone, iPad, or Mac from iCloud. Using the “Find My iPhone” feature and iCloud, use can send message to the Apple device remotely. Once the message is sent, you’ll find a notification in iOS 5 and the pop-up window in in Mac OS X.
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“How to send a message to an iPhone, iPad, or Mac from iCloud” is certainly an interesting question and fun way to send message quickly using your gadget. There is variety of uses for both loved one and a crook. User can also go for playing pinging sound with a notification. Moreover until somebody accepts the notification, it will constantly play at full volume. This will ensure that it cannot be overlooked.
There’s simple requirement to make this job done on your iPod or iPhone:
Keep iCloud enabled
You should have iOS 5 & OS X 10.7.2+ on the Mac
Hardware should hold some iCloud ID
Simple steps how to send a message to an iPhone, iPad, or Mac from iCloud:
We will send a message to a MacBook Air to execute this procedure, but it’s same as on an iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad too:
Visit iCloud.com and login
Click on “Find My iPhone” button (this will show iPhone although you wish to send message to iPod, iPad or MAC)
On left menu side, you will see “My Device” where the list of the compatible devices would have been loaded and the locations of gadgets will seem on the map
To advert the “Find My Mac” (or iPad/ iPhone) control panel for that machine, click on a blue “i” button, and select the “Play Sound or Send Message” button
And finally to send message to an iPhone, iPad, or Mac from iCloud, type your message that you want to send, and don’t forget to keep the ‘Play Sound’ ON if you’d like to play a ping sound constantly when the message will arrive and notification will appear.
Generally, the messages are sent and delivered immediately in most of the cases. Once the message gets delivered, a pop-up will arise, and the sender will get a confirmation mail on email ID which is integrated with the iCloud account.