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    I am planning to buy my little daughter an iPhone 4s, but she is always losing things. I wanna know if there is an app that can track the iPhone in real time. Meanwhile, it can also track what others have done with the iPhone. Anything like that existing?
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    Sure, this is built-in: http://www.apple.com/iphone/built-in...my-iphone.html
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    How old is your daughter? Surely if shes too little, she'd be incapable of using the phone to its full extent and you'd be better off with a cheaper alternative.
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    (Original post by AdelaS)
    I am planning to buy my little daughter an iPhone 4s, but she is always losing things. I wanna know if there is an app that can track the iPhone in real time. Meanwhile, it can also track what others have done with the iPhone. Anything like that existing?
    There isn't an app that you can use to monitor what is being done on the iPhone, afaik. However, as others have mentioned above, Apple has a built-in tracking system for iPhones, iPads and Macbooks.

    You can set restrictions on what your daughter will be able to do on the iPhone by enabling Restrictions. (http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4213?v...S&locale=en_US)
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    I think there is an app called Find My iPhone. It will be able to locate it as long as that iPhone is connected to your iTunes account. Not entirely sure though.
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    (Original post by jLou711)
    How old is your daughter? Surely if shes too little, she'd be incapable of using the phone to its full extent and you'd be better off with a cheaper alternative.
    By full extent do you mean not being able to do very much?

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