Track my stolen htc evo

 

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Your iPhone. You likely dropped a ton of money on it, and your whole life's on there; people, places, bookmarks, memories, photos, your diary/calendar. You name it. It's one of those pieces of tech that worms its way into our lives and we don't realise how important it is until it disappears - like having an internet connection suddenly drop out or a power cut and realising you can't be productive or entertained.

If you lose your iPhone, or even worse it's snatched from under your nose by some prize douchebag, there's really only one set of emotions; anger and distress. This is even worse if you haven't insured it (and let's face it, there are legitimate reasons why you may not want to).

As iPhones became more popular and desirable, related crime rates –– i.e. theft of iPhones –– began to increase too. The logic behind this spike in theft, initially, was easy to see: if you stole an iPhone you could quickly sell it on for A LOT of cash. And back in 2007 through 2009 there was no way for consumers to track or securely wipe their handsets in the event somebody stole it.