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  1. iPads can be locked down with passcode.

    They are useless unless they’re unlocked.

    Also Find my iPhone will geolocate the device.

    A couple of years ago, a TSA worker was confronted at his home when the stolen iPad was tracked there by Find my iPhone.

    He denied at the door that he had it so the owner had it play a tone, one of the features of Find my iPhone. The sound implicated the suspect, who lost his job and was prosecuted.

    Lock down your devices and turn on tracking.

  2. You can lock your iPads and iPhones BUT if you can also turn off the device if it is locked… I wish that feature could be disable so you could track your device.

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