The Complete iPhone X Manual

The Complete iPhone X Manual

The Complete iPhone X Manual

NEW! Premium Special Edition. Over 140 pages of high quality content. The only digital iPhone X user guide you will ever need. The iPhone has had a major upgrade! The amazing iPhone X is the must have smartphone and The Complete iPhone X Manual brings you the very latest fully illustrated guides to the iPhone X, its apps and the iOS 11 operating system. All the best features of the iOS 11 and the iPhone X are broken down and clearly explained by our team of experts, we show you how to master your iPhone X with ease. If you have an iPhone X you need this guide. 100% Independent.

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the complete iphone manual

ian@bdmpublications.com @bdmpubs BDM Publications www.bdmpublications.com Whether you’re new to the iPhone X or you’ve owned your Apple smartphone for a while, The Complete iPhone X Manual is for you. For newcomers, there are guides to setting up your iPhone X and registering for an Apple ID as well as to the basics such as the touchscreen and the keyboard. For experienced users, we cover advanced features such as Notifications, Siri and iCloud. Whatever your level of experience, our tutorials on the key apps bundled with your iPhone X are definitely of interest, as we show you their basic functions and also their advanced features. Even if you’ve been using an app for months, you might still find something you didn’t know.…

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iphone x connections and inputs explained

The iPhone X - The Best Smartphone ever? Apple’s newest iPhone lacks a Home button but its other controls are very similar to previous generations of iPhone. The screen runs all the way from the top to the bottom of the iPhone X, making it longer than before too. This part of the iPhone X 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 iPhone X. Look to the left of the display and there are the volume buttons and a Ring/ Silent switch. Screen: The 5.8-inch Super Retina OLED Display features a…

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set up your iphone x out of the box

Inserting your Nano-SIM card Your Nano-SIM card, although very small, gives you access to the entire world! Without it your iPhone cannot function as a phone at all, so you need to make sure you insert your Nano-SIM correctly. Here’s how to do it. 1 In order to activate your iPhone, you must first insert the Nano-SIM card provided by your mobile phone network provider. To do this, follow these steps. 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…

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fast iphone setup for your old phone

1 Make sure you have both phones handy and they’re charged. If you’re keeping your existing SIM, transfer it to your new phone now. 2 After selecting your country or region, you’ll see this screen. Now you should unlock your old phone and move it near your new one. 3 On the old phone, this pop-up appears. Press Continue. Settings for Touch ID/Face ID aren’t transferred; set them up now or later. 4 Frame the blue swirl in the camera viewer on your old phone. Input your passcode on your new phone, then continue on it. 5 When your Apple ID is set up on your new iPhone (Internet connection required), you’re asked to type in your Apple ID password. 6 You can restore apps, data and settings from an iCloud backup, or move data…

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sync and restore on a mac or pc

1 On your Mac or PC, open the iTunes app. Make sure you have the latest version of iTunes; if you haven’t, update it now. Connect your iPhone to your computer using a Lightning cable and click the iPhone button when it appears. 2 This screen welcomes you to your new iPhone, assuming it has not yet been set up. You can choose whether to restore your iPhone using a previous iTunes backup or set it up as a completely new phone. Click on an option. 3 To set up using an iTunes backup, previously made to your Mac or PC, choose the backup from the drop-down menu, as shown. If you’re transferring to a new phone and don’t have a recent backup of the old one, back up again first. 4 Alternatively,…

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setting up a new apple id

Setting up your Apple ID on your iPhone If you don’t have an Apple ID, follow this guide. If you already have one but haven’t set it up on your iPhone yet, just enter your iCloud email address on the screen you reach in the first step, then skip the rest of this tutorial. 1 Open the Settings application from your iPhone’s Home screen and scroll to the top of the left-hand column. 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 then, when instructed, enter your date of birth. This then takes you to a new screen, where you enter your first…