How to use an IPhone?

To get the information you’re looking for about how to use an iPhone, use Siri to search by voice. Say things like “Is there a movie theater near me?” or “when was my first email sent?” and more than likely, Siri will provide you with all kinds of answers!

If you need to restart the phone, hold down the Lock Button until the Apple logo appears. Then leave the phone alone while it restarts.

Charge your iPhone if necessary

The charger cable is a 36” long cord which has a rectangular prong at its end. On the other end, the cable features a rectangular block for its connector. You can use either the compact adapter or plug to plug the charger into an electrical outlet in order to power up your device. If your phone is not charging, you should first check if it could be an issue with the actual cable by wiggling/unplugging and then re-plugging it back into both ends of the cord or try using another wall socket (as cables have been known to get faulty after time).

The charger is a long, white lightning cord with a small prong at one end and a rectangular block at the other. If your iPhone won’t turn on, plug it into a wall for hours before trying to turn it on again.

The charger cord is a black and gray flat wire that has a small, flat rectangle on one end and a larger rectangular block on the other end. If your iPhone won’t turn on, first try plugging it into a wall socket by inserting the iPhone’s charger at one end of the USB cable and plugging in an electrical outlet to it with power before attempting to turn it on again.

Get to know your iPhone’s buttons

Either on the upper-left side of your iPhone (iPhone 7 or up) or at the very top edge of your iPhone (iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, SE, or down), you’ll notice a small button. It serves two purposes. Press it once to turn off the screen if it’s already on, and press it again to turn it back on if needed. If your iPhone is turned off but not fully off, this button will restart it. If the power is depleted too far beyond the point where your iPhone can start up normally, then plugging in your device and pressing down this physical button for more than 5 seconds will give your battery a necessary bump to kickstart the charging process.

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There is a little black button on the side of your iPhone that, when pressed, changes the sound volume: The bottom button lowers the sound while the top volume raises it.

Press the Lock button

Turning on the iPhone’s screen from the Lock screen will require a four-digit passcode—or, if it’s been less than 10 minutes since the device was last unlocked, you can use one of your fingers to swipe to unlock it.

Pressing the power button will “wake up” the phone’s screen and display the lock screen.

Press the Home button once the Lock screen.

To set up a passcode, from the bottom of the Lock screen swipe to open the notifications area. Tap Set Passcode or Change Passcode.

open the notifications area. Tap Set Passcode or Change Passcode.

Pressing the Home button on your iPhone will directly bring up a passcode field, where you can then enter and confirm your passcode using the numeric keys or clicking over on the alphanumeric keyboard.

This screen will have a time of day. To set your passcode, tap Home. Enter a passcode (as described on and tap Remember… If you don’t want it to be a passcode, instead tap On/Off so that orange Off is selected for Require Passcode. Press Home. The first screen you see when you press Home tells you whether your iPhone is locked with a passcode or not.

The Home Screen

Try disabling the “show app icons” setting under settings. Icons are what give your phone more clutter, so if you have a cluttered screen anyway. It wouldn’t hurt to disable it!

You’ll find several icons here, representing your phone’s apps. These are the apps that you install from the App Store on your phone. Of course, all of your stock applications are pre-installed and listed here as well.

Here you will find everything that your new phone has to offer. Tap the app’s icon to open your phone’s applications menu and begin browsing through the different kinds of software you have pre-loaded on your device. As you add more apps, more pages appear allowing you to move from the app from screen to screen. Just swipe left or right as necessary!

Swipe across the screen from left to right

You can open the widget menu by swiping up from any part of the screen.

Turning on this feature will show you detailed information about the forecast and any alarms you have set.

To get to the widget page, swipe upward anywhere on your iPhone’s screen. Then you can view things like the current weather conditions, any alarms that you have set, and pertinent news articles. Now if you want to search for someone in particular or something in particular that you’d like to see on your phone, simply tap the search bar at the top of this widget page and begin typing what it is that you’re searching for!

Swipe left to return to the Home Screen

There are a couple of ways to get back to the Home Screen. You can press the Home button from any page or screen of your device and that will take you directly back home. Or, you can just swipe up from the bottom of any page or screen on your device.

Swipe down the top of the screen

Swiping this will take you to your phone’s Notifications page. Where you can see all of the recent notifications that have popped up in real-time – e.g., missed calls, texts, schedule changes, reminders,

To check your phone at any given time, swipe down from the top of the screen.

On an iPhone, you can swipe down from the top of the screen to access “Notifications,”. A page that shows you recent notifications (missed calls, messages, etc.).

Tap an app

Tapping the required app will open it. For example, tapping a text field will bring up your iPhone’s keyboard so that you can enter text.

Just open the App Store app and start searching for apps or browse through featured or category lists.

Double-press the Home button

Swipe left or right several times in quick succession on an application window. This will bring up a menu with robust options such as close, minimize and zoom out.

Taking a screenshot on your device is pretty intuitive. To take one, scroll up from the bottom of your screen and select the “screenshot” option. This will capture everything that’s on your screen at that moment and save it to your gallery instantly.

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