iPhone + iOS 15 The Definitive Guide

September - February 2021/22

With the launch of their new operating system for the iPhone, iOS 15 Apple have added a host of new features, apps and functions to your iPhone. With this update the way your iPhone works and how you use it have dramatically changed but our team of tech experts are here to help! Their years of insider experience have put together this exclusive and fully up-to-date independent manual to your iPhone and the iOS 15. With their indispensable help, you WILL get the very best from your iPhone and its iOS 15 operating system, so let’s get started!

Land:
United Kingdom
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Papercut Limited
Erscheinungsweise:
Biannually
8,91 €(Inkl. MwSt.)

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3 Min
buttons and ports on your iphone

Full Screen iPhones Models 1 This part of the iPhone contains much of Apple’s latest technologies. In the high-end iPhones, an infrared camera, flood illuminator, Proximity sensor, Ambient light sensor and Dot projector are all present; alongside a speaker, microphone and front camera. The latter is utilised by the Face ID feature. 2 This is the Ring/Silent switch. Click it to turn Silent Mode on and off. 3 These are the volume buttons. The upper one increases the volume, and the lower button lowers it. In Apple’s Camera app, and many third-party photography apps, you can also use the volume buttons to take a photo, instead of the on-screen shutter button. 4 This is the side button. On some iPhones, this button is located on the top instead of on the side. It’s a…

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4 Min
the iphone 13 range explained

New Processors. All phones in the iPhone 13 range use the new A15 Bionic processor. The iPhone 13 and 13 mini have a six-core CPU (Central Processing Unit) with two performance and four efficiency cores; a new four-core GPU (Graphics Processing Unit); and a new 16-core Neural Engine. The iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max add a fifth graphics core. What this means in practice is they’re very fast, and very battery efficient. It’s the fastest processor in any smartphone, and is up to 50% faster than the leading competition. The four or five-core GPU is great for gaming, and as the chip is very power-efficient, it extends the battery life too. The iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 13 Pro offer one and a half hours of extra battery power compared to…

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set up your iphone start with it

Inserting your Nano-SIM card 1 To activate your iPhone, you must first insert the Nano-SIM card provided by your mobile phone network provider. An eSim card is non-removal as detailed below. 2 Use a SIM eject tool like the one pictured here, or maybe a straightened paper clip, and insert it into the small hole next to the SIM slot. The tray then pops out as shown. 3 Place the SIM card in the tray (there’s only one way it can go in) and slide the tray back in the slot. Push it in firmly so it snaps into place. Your iPhone should recognise it. eSIM explained. The dual sim functionality introduced with the 2018 iPhone models, enables users to access two sim cards in one iPhone. Unlike the standard sim card, the eSIM card…

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your apple id set up and use it

1 Open the Settings application from your iPhone’s Home screen and scroll to the top of the screen. Tap the Sign in to your iPhone option right at the top of the list, then in the pop-up window, tap ‘Don’t have an Apple ID or forgot it?’. 2 Tap Create Apple ID in the next window and, when instructed, enter your name in the fields provided. In the next field, Date of Birth, set your date with the wheels, and then tap Next to move on to the next step. 3 Then, you’re asked whether you want to use your current email address (if you have one) for your Apple ID. Tap Do not have an email address? if you want to use the free iCloud address that comes with your Apple…

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the face id and touch id features

Setting up Face ID 1 Go to Settings > Face ID & Passcode and enter your iPhone’s passcode to continue. Tap Set Up Face ID or Set Up Alternative Appearance, or tap Reset Face ID to start afresh. 2 Position your face within the frame as instructed, then move your head in a circle until the small lines around your face are all green. Tap continue, then repeat for a second scan. 3 Your face is now registered with Face ID. Tap Done to return to the Settings screen, where you can configure your iPhone’s Face ID feature to your own personal requirements. Setting up Touch ID 1 Go to Settings > Touch ID & Passcode and enter your iPhone’s passcode when instructed. Tap the Add a Fingerprint link to start registering one of your…

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5 Min
ios 15 home screen organise it

Home Screen Widgets 1 A Widget is a small piece of an app which displays information drawn from the app in question, making it easily accessible. We’ve had them for years on the Today screen (to the left of the home screen) but their abilities have now been greatly extended. 2 To add a Widget to the Home screen, tap and hold an empty space until the app icons start wobbling. Tap the + icon in the top-left corner and you get a pop-up window, from where you can select a Widget. Tap the Widget you want to add and see a preview and description. 3 Swipe backwards and forwards through these previews and choose at what size you want the Widget to be shown. Widgets come in three sizes, based on the…

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