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Re: How is my itunes account used to track my iphone?
It's possible, but also fixable. Change the password on the account. Anyway, a lot of people who share Apple IDs do the following to keep track of certain things while maintaining privacy for others. Personally, I recommend that you share an Apple ID for "purchases" only. In other words, you both sign in to the iTunes/App Store using the same Apple ID and password. By doing so, you will be able to keep track of ALL downloads and purchases. Create separate IDs for iCloud. By doing so, your email, text messages, FaceTime calls, etc., will not be visible on hers and vice-versa. Yet, I recommend that you both keep the "enable" location services, especially in regard to Find My iPhone so that if it is lost or stolen, you have a good chance of tracking it down. If you or your daughter have the Find my Friends app installed, it is possible that a friend could be telling a non-friend your or your daughter's location. Personally, I'm not a fan of letting friends know my every move, but that's Just Me, D. Anyway, I highly recommend you at least change the password on your account, if you opt not to do anything else mentioned. That will at least prevent someone from tracking you unless he or she knows your password. Take care...
Originally Posted by chrissyjo12