This is what Apple should tell you when you lose your iPhone
Joonas Kiminki
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Great article. I’m in the domain name business so it’s an obvious one to me and always the first thing I tell people to check.

The sender name details are very often different to the actual email address used to send the email.

Always check the actual email address the email is sent from. It’s the first thing to check.

As you discovered it was clearly not an official Apple email.

So never let yourself get duped by a cleverly written or designed email. Always check the sent from email address first.

It’s normally the biggest tell tale sign.

I didn’t know the Ask Siri who phone this is feature. That’s pretty scary!

Mine has all my details including my address!!

Time to edit some of my details!!

Thanks again.

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