Installing an App to iPhone

DOWNLOADING NEW APPS on Iphone

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Step 1

Open the App Store. This is a blue app that has a white “A” with a white circle around it. It’s most likely on your iPhone’s or iPod’s Home Screen.

Step 2

Tap the Search tab. It’s on the bottom of the screen.

    • You can also tap an app on the “Featured” page, which is the default location to which the App Store opens, or you can tap Categories or Top Charts left of Search to look for apps based on different search criteria.

Step 3

Tap the search bar. It’s at the top of the screen.

Step 4

Type in the name of an app, then tap Search. Doing so will take you to a page listing any apps that match your search query.

  • You can also tap the app’s name below the search bar to search for it.

Step 5

Tap GET to the right of your app.

  • If the app isn’t free, you’ll tap its price instead.
  • If it’s an app you already own but isn’t on your device currently, you’ll tap the download button (the icon looks like a cloud with a down-arrow) instead.

Step 8

Wait for the app to download. Once it finishes downloading, the app will be on a page to the right of your iPhone’s or iPod’s Home Screen.

  • You can tap OPEN in the space where GET was to open the app directly.

Step 6

Tap INSTALL. This green button will appear in the same location as did GET.

Step 7

Type in your Apple ID password. You may not always see this option for free apps, but you will always need to verify your account details before purchasing apps.

  • You can also scan your fingerprint if your iPhone supports Touch ID.
  • If you aren’t signed into your Apple ID, you’ll also need to enter your Apple ID email address.

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HOW TO DELETE APPS ON YOUR IPHONE, IPAD, AND IPOD TOUCH

You can easily delete unwanted apps from your Apple iPhone 8 or X by simply going through following steps. There are two different ways you can delete apps from the iPhone 8 and X using the iOS operating system.

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Option 1 – From Home Screen

  1. From the Home screen, press “The App you want to uninstall “.
  2. A drop down menu will appear.
  3. From drop down menu, select / Tap “Delete App”.
  4. The selected App will be deleted / removed.

Option 2 – From Home Screen

  1. Navigate to the Home screen that contains the icon for the application you wish to remove.
  2. Gently tap and hold any icon for about 2 seconds until the icons wiggle. An X should appear next to some of the apps. Tap the X on the app you wish to uninstall.
  3. A dialog appears confirming you wish to delete the app and all of its data. Select “Delete” or “Remove” to proceed.
  4. Perform steps 2 and 3 for any other apps you wish to delete, or simply press the Home button to save your changes.
  5. Tap “Delete app“.

Option 3 – From Settings

  1. From the Home screen, tap / select “Settings“.
  2. Tap / Select “General“.
  3. Tap “iPhone Storage”.
  4. The list of apps installed on your iPhone appears. Select the one you wish to remove.
  5. Tap “Delete app“.

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HOW TO MOVE APPS AND CREATE FOLDERS ON YOUR IPHONE, IPAD, OR IPOD TOUCH

You can organize the apps on the Home screen, put them in folders, and move them to other pages, or screens. You can also reorder your pages.

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Organize your Apps

  • Touch and hold any app on the screen, then tap Edit Home Screen.
  • Now you can drag any app to another spot, including the Dock at the bottom of the screen. 
  • On iPhone X and later, tap Done to save. On iPhone 8 and earlier, press the Home button.

Put apps in a folder

  1. Whenever your number of Apps increases and seek to create space or you want to combine few similar Apps then you can put your related apps in folders.

  2. To make a folder, drag an app onto another app.

  3. If you want to rename the folder, tap the name field or   and then enter the new name.

  4. Now that you have a folder, you can drag apps into it. Folders can have more than one page.

Move an app to a different page

  • You start with one page of apps. To make a new page, drag an app to the right edge of the screen. You might need to wait a second for the new page to appear. To delete a page, consolidate all your apps to another Home screen. When there are no apps present the page will delete.
  • When you have more than one page, a bright dot in a row of dots above the Dock shows you which page you’re on. You can move an app to a different page and create new pages:

If there are dots to the left or right of the bright dot, you can drag an app to the right side of the screen to move the app to the next page in that direction. Or swipe left to see the apps on that page.

If there are no dots to the right of the bright dot, dragging an app to that side of the screen makes a new page.

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HOW TO CHANGE WALLPAPER ON iPHONE

There are a number of options to choose. On iPhone, choose an image or photo as wallpaper for the Lock screen or Home screen.

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HOW TO CHANGE WALLPAPER ON iPHONE

There are a number of options to choose. On iPhone, choose an image or photo as wallpaper for the Lock screen or Home screen.

Open Settings on your iPhone

Go to Settings, tap Wallpaper, then tap Choose a New Wallpaper. (Go to Settings  > Wallpaper > Choose a New Wallpaper).

Choose an image

Do one of the following:

  • Choose a preset image from a group at the top of the screen (Dynamic, Stills, Live, or one of your photos).
  • Select one of your own photos (tap an album, then tap the photo).
  • To choose a Live wallpaper or a Live Photo, you need an iPhone 6s or later.
  • The default wallpapers change with each iOS update.

Note:        iPhone XR and iPhone SE don’t support Live Wallpaper.

 

Move the image and choose a display option

  • Drag to move the image. Or pinch to zoom in and out, so the image fits the screen. 
  • Some images might not move and scale.
  • You can choose Perspective, so the wallpaper moves as you tilt your screen.
  • Or you can choose Still, so the wallpaper doesn’t move. 
  • The Perspective display option isn’t available when Reduce Motion is on or when Low Power Mode is on.
  • When you’re done adjusting the image, tap Set. Or tap Cancel to start over.

Set the wallpaper and choose where you want it to show up

  • Set wallpaper as your Home screen, Lock screen, or both.
  • The Home screen appears when your iPhone is unlocked.
  • The Lock screen appears when you wake your iPhone.
  • You can also turn on Dark Appearance so that your iPhone dims your wallpaper depending on your ambient light.
  • Go to Settings > Wallpaper, then select Dark Appearance Dims Wallpaper to turn it on.
  • To see your new wallpaper, lock your iPhone or check the Home screen.

Change the wallpaper

Tap Set, then choose one of the following:

  • Set Lock Screen
  • Set Home Screen
  • Set Both

Set a Live Photo as wallpaper for the Lock screen

When you set a Live Photo as wallpaper, touch and hold the Lock screen to play the Live Photo—on all iPhone models except iPhone SE (1st generation).

  • Go to Settings > Wallpaper > Choose a New Wallpaper.
  • Do one of the following:
    1. Tap Live, then choose a Live Photo.
    2. Tap your Live Photos album, then choose a Live Photo (you may need to wait for it to download).
  • Tap Set, then choose Set Lock Screen or Set Both.

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HOW TO ACCESS / USE AND CUSTOMIZE CONTROL CENTER ON iPHONE

. Control Center gives iOS users quick access to commonly used controls and apps. By swiping up from any screen – including the Lock screen (if the control center is set to be accessed from the lock screen) – users can do such things as switch on Airplane mode, turn Wi-Fi on or off, adjust the display brightness and similar basic functions of the device.
. Control Center on iPhone gives you instant access to useful controls and things you do most —including airplane mode, Do Not Disturb, a flashlight, volume, screen brightness—and apps. You can use Control Center to quickly take a picture, turn on the lights, control your Apple TV, and more.

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How to Open and Close Control Center

  • On an iPhone with Face ID (X or later): Swipe down from the top-right edge of your screen. To close Control Center, swipe up from the bottom of the screen or tap the screen.
  • On an iPhone with a Home button or SE (2nd generation), iPhone 8 or earlier, or iPod touch: Swipe up from the bottom edge of any screen. To close Control Center, tap the top of the screen or press the Home button.

How to Customize Control Center

Control Center can be customized by enabling you to quickly change the settings for the things you do most. Add Home controls. Following to do:

  • Go to Settings > Control Center.
  • Tap Customize Controls.
  • To add controls, tap the Add button   .
  • To remove controls, tap the Remove button  , then tap Remove.

To rearrange controls in Control Center:

  • Go to Settings > Control Center.
  • Tap Customize Controls.
  • Press and hold the three gray lines  next to the controls, and drag them in the order that you want them.

HOW TO QUICKLY CONTROL YOUR SETTINGS

Some of the settings one can access in Control Center are as follows:

Network settings

Slide to Control Center and press and hold the network settings card in the upper-left corner to turn on the following:

  • Airplane Mode: Turns off cellular connections instantly on your device.
  • Cellular Data: Allow or limit apps and services from using the cellular network to connect to internet.
  • Wi-Fi: Browse the web, stream music, download movies, and more. If you press and hold the Wi-Fi icon, you’ll be able to switch Wi-Fi networks.
  • Bluetooth: Connect to headphones, car kits, wireless keyboards, and other Bluetooth-enabled devices. If you press and hold the Bluetooth icon, you’ll be able to switch Bluetooth devices.
  • AirDrop: You can instantly share your photos, videos, locations, and more with other Apple devices nearby.
  • Personal Hotspot: Share your device’s Internet connection with your computer or other iOS devices.

Audio

  • Touch and hold the audio card in the upper-right corner of Control Center to quickly play, pause, and control the volume of your favorite song, podcast, and more.
  • Tap the AirPlay icon to switch the audio output to speakers, headphones, Apple TV, or another audio device. You can also choose to play the same music across multiple speakers you have set up in your home.
  • You might also see cards for nearby devices that you can control audio playback for. Just tap a card to control audio for that device. You can also use the cards to create a shared music queue with friends.

Access more controls in Control Center

There are a numbers of controls which offers additional options. To see available options, touch and hold a control. For example, you can do the following in Control Center:

  • Touch and hold the top-left group of controls, then tap to open the AirDrop options.
  • Touch and hold to take a selfie, take a photo, or record a video.

    How to control with a tap

    Need to quickly adjust the brightness on your display, or change the volume? With Control Center, it’s easy to access the apps, features, and settings that you want with just a tap.

    Learn which apps, features, and settings you can open from Control Center.

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AirPods


AirPods

A Video to Further Highlights the Features of AirPods

More magical than ever.

Now with more talk time and a new wireless charging case, AirPods deliver an unparalleled wireless headphone experience. Simply take them out and they’re ready to use with all your devices. Put them in your ears and they connect immediately, immersing you in rich, high-quality sound. Just like magic.

Wireless to the fullest.

After a simple one-tap setup, AirPods are automatically on and always connected.1 Using them is just as easy. They sense when they’re in your ears and pause when you take them out. And the AirPods experience is just as amazing whether you’re using them with your iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad, or Mac.

Performance you’ll want to hear.

Powered by the Apple H1 headphone chip, AirPods deliver a faster and more stable wireless connection to your devices — up to 2x faster when switching between active devices, and a 1.5x faster connection time for phone calls. The H1 chip also delivers up to 30 percent lower gaming latency. So whether you’re playing games, listening to music, or enjoying podcasts, you’ll experience higher-quality sound.

Lay it down, charge it up.

With the new Wireless Charging Case, charging is as simple as placing the AirPods case on a Qi-certified charging mat. That’s it. The LED indicator on the front of the case lets you know that your AirPods are charging. And when you’re away from a charging mat, you can use the Lightning port to charge.

The power of 24‑hour battery life.

AirPods deliver an industry-leading 5 hours of listening time — and now up to 3 hours of talk time — all on one charge. And they’re made to keep up with you, thanks to a charging case that holds multiple charges for more than 24 hours of listening time. Need a quick charge? Just put AirPods back in the case for 15 minutes to get up to 3 hours of listening time or up to 2 hours of talk time. To check the battery, simply hold the AirPods next to your iPhone.

Instant setup. Easy listening.

AirPods connect immediately to your iPhone or Apple Watch, and sound switches seamlessly between the devices. Want to listen to your Mac or iPad? Just choose AirPods on those devices. Easy setup, magical results.

Two can play this song.

With new Audio Sharing, you can easily share a song, podcast, or other audio stream between two sets of AirPods — each with independent volume control. If your AirPods are in their case, just bring them close to the iPhone or iPad you want to share with and connect in a tap. And if your AirPods are in your ears, bring your iPhone close to the device instead.

 

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  1. Requires an iCloud account and macOS 10.14.4, iOS 12.2, iPadOS, or watchOS 5.2 or later.
  2. Testing conducted by Apple in February 2019 using preproduction AirPods (2nd generation) and AirPods units and software paired with iPhone Xs Max and iPad Pro (12.9-inch) (3rd generation) with prerelease software. Testing consisted of switching the audio source from iPad to iPhone. Performance depends on device settings, environment, and many other factors.
  3. Testing conducted by Apple in February 2019 using preproduction AirPods (2nd generation) and AirPods units and software paired with iPhone Xs Max units and prerelease software. Testing consisted of transferring phone call audio from iPhone to AirPods. Performance depends on device settings, environment, and many factors.
  4. Testing conducted by Apple in February 2019 using preproduction AirPods (2nd generation) and AirPods units and software paired with iPhone Xs Max units and prerelease software. Tested with Tomb of the Mask v1.6 and Doodle Jump v2.76.4. Testing consisted of measuring the time from iPhone screen tap to audio played in AirPods. Performance depends on device settings, environment, and many other factors.
  5. Compared to completely wireless stereo headphones.
  6. Testing conducted by Apple in February 2019 using preproduction AirPods (2nd generation), Charging Case, and Wireless Charging Case units and software paired with iPhone Xs Max units and prerelease software. The playlist consisted of 358 unique audio tracks purchased from the iTunes Store (256-Kbps AAC encoding). Volume was set to 50%. Testing consisted of full AirPods battery discharge while playing audio until the first AirPod stopped playback. Battery life depends on device settings, environment, usage, and many other factors.
  7. Testing conducted by Apple in February 2019 using preproduction AirPods (2nd generation), Charging Case, and Wireless Charging Case units and software paired with iPhone Xs Max units and prerelease software. Volume was set to 50%. Testing consisted of full AirPods battery discharge with a cellular phone call until the first AirPod stopped playing call audio. Battery life depends on device settings, environment, usage, and many other factors.
  8. Testing conducted by Apple in February 2019 using preproduction AirPods (2nd generation), Charging Case, and Wireless Charging Case units and software paired with iPhone Xs Max units and prerelease software. The playlist consisted of 358 unique audio tracks purchased from the iTunes Store (256-Kbps AAC encoding). Volume was set to 50%. Testing consisted of full AirPods battery discharge while playing audio until the first AirPod stopped playback. The drained AirPods were charged to 100 percent, then audio playback was resumed until the first AirPod stopped playback. This cycle was repeated until both the AirPods and charging case were fully discharged. Battery life depends on device settings, environment, usage, and many other factors.
  9. Testing conducted by Apple in February 2019 using preproduction AirPods (2nd generation), Charging Case, and Wireless Charging Case units and software paired with iPhone Xs Max units and prerelease software. The playlist consisted of 358 unique audio tracks purchased from the iTunes Store (256-Kbps AAC encoding). Volume was set to 50%. 15-Minute charge testing conducted with drained AirPods that were charged for 15 minutes, then audio playback was started until the first AirPod stopped playback. Battery life depends on device settings, environment, usage, and many other factors.
  10. Testing conducted by Apple in February 2019 using preproduction AirPods (2nd generation), Charging Case, and Wireless Charging Case units and software paired with iPhone Xs Max units and prerelease software. Volume was set to 50%. 15-Minute charge testing conducted with drained AirPods that were charged for 15 minutes, then a cellular phone call was started until the first AirPod stopped playing call audio. Battery life depends on device settings, environment, usage, and many other factors.
  11. Works with iPhone 8 or later and iPod touch (7th generation) with the latest version of iOS; and 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2nd generation or later), 11-inch iPad Pro, 10.5-inch iPad Pro, iPad (5th generation or later), iPad Air (3rd generation), and iPad mini (5th generation) with the latest version of iPadOS.
  • Features are subject to change. Some features may not be available in all regions or all languages.

AirPods Pro

AirPods Pro
A Video to Further Highlights the Features of AirPods Pro

Active Noise Cancellation for immersive sound.

Transparency mode for hearing what’s happening around you.

A customizable fit for all-day comfort.

Magic like you’ve never heard.

Comfort

Arrival of the fittest.

We refined the details of comfort, creating a new class of in-ear headphones with a customizable fit that forms an exceptional seal for Active Noise Cancellation. You’ll feel your music, not your headphones.

Choose from three sizes of soft, flexible silicone tips that click into place. Find the best fit — and get the best sound — by using the Ear Tip Fit Test.
These internally tapered tips conform to your ear shape, keeping AirPods Pro secure. And with vents helping equalize pressure, you feel like there’s nothing in your ears.

Active Noise Cancellation

Sound that cuts out the noise.

AirPods Pro are the only in-ear headphones with Active Noise Cancellation that continuously adapts to the geometry of your ear and the fit of the ear tips — blocking out the world so you can focus on what you’re listening to.

An inward-facing microphone listens inside your ear for unwanted sound, which is also eliminated with anti-noise.
Noise cancellation is continuously adjusted at 200 times per second for truly immersive sound, so you’re fully tuned in to your music, podcasts, and calls.
Want to hear what’s happening around you? Just press and hold the force sensor on the stem to jump between Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency mode — which lets outside sound in, and allows things to sound and feel natural when you’re talking to people nearby.

Audio quality

Everything you hear is unheard of

Enjoy superior sound quality with Adaptive EQ, which automatically tunes music to the shape of your ear for a rich, consistent listening experience.

Performance and design

A chip with serious chops.

Tech-packed yet compact, AirPods Pro are built around our System in Package design — featuring the H1 chip that is the power behind the magic.

The Apple-designed H1 chip employs 10 audio cores, creating incredibly low audio processing latency that enables real-time noise cancellation.

The System in Package design is meticulously arranged, with the placement of each component based on the form of the human ear — maximizing comfort, fit, and stability.

Battery

Charge wirelessly. Use tirelessly.

The Wireless Charging Case delivers more than 24 hours of battery life to keep you and your AirPods Pro on the go. And it’s compatible with Qi-certified chargers.

Magical experience

Simplicity from the start.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Just like AirPods, AirPods Pro connect magically to your iPhone or Apple Watch.

Use the Ear Tip Fit Test to create the optimal listening experience — you’ll get the right tip size for your ears, and the best seal for noise cancellation.

Control your music, calls, volume, directions, and more.

Share a song, podcast, or other audio stream between two sets of AirPods with Audio Sharing.

 

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Inscription / Design and Gift Wrap

Revolutionary and Relatable

What would be better than having your own customized device that stands out from others? Or you want to make the special gift even more meaningful. Add free engraving to your AirPods, iPad, iPod touch, or Apple Pencil (2nd generation).

Time for a gift

You can even personalize your purchase with thoughtful gift options. Ship select Apple products and accessories with a beautifully wrapped gift box and customized card, or a special message on the packing slip. Just choose from the available gift options for products in your Bag before proceeding check out.

Maximizing Battery Life and Lifespan – Tips for MacBooks

Tips for MacBook Air and MacBook Pro

  • “Battery life” is the amount of time your device runs before it needs to be recharged. “Battery lifespan” is the amount of time your battery lasts until it needs to be replaced. Maximize both and you’ll get the most out of your Apple devices, no matter which ones you own.

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Update to the latest software.

Update to the latest software

Always make sure your MacBook is using the latest version of macOS. If you’re connected to the Internet, macOS automatically checks for software updates every week, but you still control when the updates are installed. To confirm that you’re using the latest software, go to the Apple menu and choose Software Update.


Optimize your settings

Energy. The Energy Saver preference pane includes several settings that determine power levels for your MacBook. Your MacBook knows when it’s plugged in and runs accordingly. When using battery power, it dims the screen and uses other components sparingly. If you change this setting to maximize performance, your battery will drain more quickly.

Brightness. Dim the screen to the lowest comfortable level to achieve maximum battery life. For instance, when watching a video on an airplane, you may not need full brightness if the cabin lights are off.

Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi consumes power, even if you are not using it to connect to a network. You can turn it off in the Wi-Fi status menu in the menu bar or in Network preferences.

Applications and peripherals. Disconnect peripherals and quit applications not in use. Eject an SD card if you’re not currently accessing it.


Plug in and power on your MacBook to charge other devices

Make sure your MacBook is plugged in and powered on when you’re using it to charge other devices via USB. Otherwise those devices may drain the battery in your MacBook faster than normal. If another device is connected to your MacBook when it’s turned off or in sleep or standby mode, the device’s battery may drain.

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Maximizing Battery Life and Lifespan – Tips for iPods

Tips for iPod shuffle, iPod nano, and iPod classic

  • “Battery life” is the amount of time your device runs before it needs to be recharged. “Battery lifespan” is the amount of time your battery lasts until it needs to be replaced. Maximize both and you’ll get the most out of your Apple devices, no matter which ones you own.

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Update to the latest software.

Update to the latest software

Always make sure your iPod is using the latest version of Apple software. Put your iPod in its dock or plug it into your computer, and iTunes will notify you of available updates.


Optimize your settings

Hold and pause. Set the Hold switch when you’re not using your iPod. This will prevent iPod from accidentally waking up and using unnecessary power. If you’re not listening to your iPod, pause it, or turn it off by pressing the Play button for two seconds.

Equalizer (EQ). Adding EQ to playback increases use of your iPod processor, since EQ isn’t encoded in the song. Turn EQ off if you don’t use it. If, however, you’ve added EQ to tracks in iTunes, you’ll need to set EQ to “flat” in order to have the effect of “off,” because iPod keeps your iTunes settings intact.

Backlight. Setting the backlight to “always on” will significantly reduce your battery life. Use the backlight only when necessary.


Plug in and power on your computer to charge your iPod

Make sure your computer is plugged in and powered on when you’re using it to charge your iPod via USB. If your iPod is connected to a computer that’s turned off or is in sleep or standby mode, the iPod battery may drain.

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