The Find My iPad feature lets you find your iPad when it's missing. When your tablet is online, you can see its location on the map and even play a sound. To turn this feature on or off:
Enable or Disable Find My iPad
When you set up your iPad and log in with your iCloud account, Find My iPad is automatically activated. It's linked to Activation Lock, Apple's security feature that prevents people from using your iPad if it's stolen.
You should disable Find My iPad before you sell your tablet. If you do not, the buyer will only be able to activate it by entering your iCloud username and password. To turn it on or off:
Open the Settings app on your iPad. In the sidebar at the top of the list, tap on your profile (your name) and then select "iCloud".
Scroll down. In the "Apps with iCloud" section, tap "Search my iPad."
On the next screen, tap the switch next to "Search My iPad" to enable or disable it.
. As mentioned above, you must enter your iCloud password to disable Find My iPad. Do not forget that you also remove the activation lock from your device. Tap Turn Off to turn off Find My iPad or Turn On to turn it on.
If you enable "Search my iPad", you must also enable the "Send Last Location" setting. If your iPad is lost or stolen, the last known location will be displayed before the battery is discharged or turned off. This setting makes it much easier to find your tablet.
How to Use "Find My iPad"
After selecting "Search my iPad," let's see how you can use it to find your iPad lost or stolen. You can do this on your iPhone or the iCloud website.
To find your iPad through iCloud, visit iCloud.com and sign in with your Apple account.
 Click or tap Find iPhone on the next screen.
Click or tap the Devices drop-down menu above, and then select your missing iPad.
When your iPad is online, you can see its location on the map. In addition, three buttons are displayed: Play Sound, Lost Mode, and Clear iPad.
If you have misplaced your iPad, click or tap Play Sound, and then follow the beeps on your tablet.
Clicking or tapping on "Lost Mode" will lock your iPad. You can enter a message that will be displayed on the iPad screen along with your contact information. Hopefully, this will cause someone to return your iPad.
If you know your iPad is lost forever, click or tap "Delete iPad." Once the tablet is back online, all your data will be deleted.
Until Use your iPhone to find your iPad and open the Find My iPhone app (iOS 13). Go to the Devices section, and then tap your iPad. If the location is available, the map will be displayed at the top of the screen. The following ad contains the same options as the ones on the iCloud website.