How do I start using my iPhone?
Set up your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
- Turn on your device.
- If you have another device on iOS 11 or later, use Quick Start.
- Activate your device.
- Set up Face ID or Touch ID and create a passcode.
- Restore or transfer your information and data.
- Sign in with your Apple ID.
- Turn on automatic updates and set up other features.
- Set up Siri and other services.
How do you go back on iPhone?
To go back on iPhone, firmly press the left side of the screen and swipe all the way to the right side of the screen (lifting your finger before then or increasing the pressure will open the app switcher instead.)
What should I do when I first get my iPhone?
The first things you should do when you get a new iPhone
- Backup your old iPhone.
- Set up Touch ID or Face ID.
- Switch on accessibility features.
- Customise your Control Centre.
- Switch on & set up iCloud.
- Turn on Family Sharing.
- Download Google Maps.
- Get some cool apps!
How do I use iPhone 11 basics?
iPhone 11 – First 13 Things To Do! –
How do I set up an iPhone without Apple ID?
If you forgot your Apple ID password, you can use these steps as to activate iPhone without Apple ID: Step 1: Go the Apple ID account page: appleid.apple.com. Step 2: Click on “Forgot Apple ID or password”. Step 3: Enter your Apple ID to get start.
Can iPhones get viruses?
The only iPhone viruses that have been seen “in the wild” (meaning that they’re an actual threat to iPhone owners) are worms that almost exclusively attack iPhones that have been jailbroken. So, as long as you haven’t jailbroken your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad, you should be safe from viruses.
Does iPhone 11 have a back button?
Tap the blue back arrows (chevrons)
Lastly, Apple has a status bar back button for easy navigation built into iOS that appears when you open links or apps from within another app. You’ll see these appear in the top left corner of your iPhone, like shown below.
Why don t iPhones have a back button?
iOS devices don’t have back buttons. This means that wherever you are in an iOS app you have to think in order to reach back into the app — for example, to go back to your inbox, or a list of folders. It’s this thinking that makes iOS less easy to use than Android.
How do I get back to home screen?
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- Open the Settings app.
- Locate Apps or Application Manager (depending upon which device you use).
- Swipe the screen to the left to get to the All tab.
- Scroll down until you locate the currently running home screen.