Imagine that you have unfortunately been the victim of a crime and your iPhone has been stolen. Time then you can get offensive thanks to your device; The whole story. If you think the Get My iPhone tool is only used to find thieves like the other, it's not, and iCloud is a hero in this regard.
A thief makes a big mistake
It was August 28, 2018, at approximately 6:50 p.m. Transington Meadows Nature Reserve, Cambridgeshire. Three men approached a man who said he had a gun and asked him to hand over the property he had with him at the time. They are not affected he had to bring his iPhone 7 and bank card
Days later, the victim had to replace her phone, ironically he began to see strange pictures in his shirt. Seven days later he saw that his old cellphone had been linked to his new iCloud account, which had saved a photo where he could see the thief again identify the name with a screenshot
Conor Cunningham was a thief who, days later, stole again. That event was an iPad and lunch box. The victim told her he could track her through GPS, when Cunningham escaped and replied: "You're lucky, friend."
September 9, 2018 and based on evidence provided by the victim of the iPhone 7, Cunningham he was arrested and although he pleaded not guilty to the charges, this March 5, 2020 was found guilty again sentenced to five years in prison in Cambridge
It is fair to say that none of the victims were injured. Thieves are not paying attention tools used by Apple to combat theft and they often end up in jail or lose their lives as they have recently experienced in a couple.