The iPhone iOS 14 GuideBook

The iPhone iOS 14 GuideBook

iOS 14 brought some great new features to your iPhone! The user interface is much more compact, with Siri and phone calls now taking up much less space on the screen. There’s a great new Translate app for holding conversations in a wealth of different languages and Picture in Picture lets you continue watching your videos while you use your iPhone for other things. The Home screen has had a huge makeover, with on-screen widgets and a useful App Library and the ever-popular Messages app has had an overhaul, with pinned messages, some great new emoji designs and a revamped group messages feature. Over the following pages we’ll show you how to get to grips with iOS 14, its apps and its features. The basics such as the keyboard, touchscreen gestures and the Home screen are covered, as are the wealth of bundled applications or apps. Then we go on to its more advanced features like Siri, Find My and iCloud.

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the ios 14 iphone guidebook

The user interface is much more compact, with Siri and phone calls now taking up much less space on the screen. There’s a great new Translate app for holding conversations in a wealth of different languages and Picture in Picture lets you continue watching your videos while you use your iPhone for other things. The Home screen has had a huge makeover, with on-screen widgets and a useful App Library and the ever-popular Messages app has had an overhaul, with pinned messages, some great new emoji designs and a revamped group messages feature. Over the following pages we’ll show you how to get to grips with iOS 14, its apps and its features. The basics such as the keyboard, touchscreen gestures and the Home screen are covered, as are the wealth…

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ios 14 – facts and numbers

Memoji iOS 14’s Memojis offer ten new hairstyles, 18 new hats and headgear, six new age options and even a doctor’s mask. 11 Languages The Translate app supports 11 languages; English, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Russian, German, French, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, and Arabic. Cycling in Maps If you like to get from A to B on your bike, the Maps app now includes Cycling as a means of transport. Siri The Siri personal digital assistant now knows over 20 times as many facts as it did just three years ago. Search Emoji When picking out your emojis, in iOS 14 you can search for them directly from the keyboard. Speedy Safari According to testing by Apple using industry standard benchmarking tools, the iOS 14 version of Safari is the world’s fastest mobile web browser. And it can translate web pages…

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first steps with your iphone.

For those who are new to the iPhone, this section takes you through its basic features and functions. With our help, you can set up your iPhone for the first time, including Face ID, Touch ID and your Apple ID. We show you how to use the Home screen, including the great new features of Home-Screen Widgets and App Library; which come to the iPhone with iOS 14. You can get to grips with the touchscreen and the virtual keyboard, make and receive phone calls and explore the iPhone’s settings. Learn more >…

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introducing ios 14

Home Screen widgets Widgets give you information at a glance. iOS 14 lets you add them to your Home Screen. They will come in different sizes too, so you can choose what level of information you wish to display. On-screen widgets can be moved around the available screen area, just like app icons, and you can add and remove them as you wish. Best of all, you can add a Smart Stack of widgets and scroll through them to select the widget you need. Widgets aren’t exactly a new concept, but on the Home screen, they take things to a new level. App Library iPhone users have been able to organise their apps into folders for years, but iOS 14 gives a new take on the concept. The App Library page sits at…

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buttons and ports on your iphone

iPhones with a top-to-bottom screen The latest iPhones have a top-to-bottom screen. These include the iPhone 12 series models, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 11, iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. So basically, all iPhone X-series models and later. This part of the iPhone contains much of Apple’s new technologies. 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. Despite many amazing changes, there are still some familiar sights on the latest iPhones. Look to the left of the display and there are the Volume buttons and a Ring/Silent switch. The screen is a high-resolution display measuring 5.8” on the smaller iPhone, 6.1” on…

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set up your iphone for the first time

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. The initial set up of your iPhone 1 The opening screen shows `Hello’ in different languages. Press the Home button or flick the screen up. Select your language, followed by…

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