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10 Useful Videos For iPhone Users To Solve iPhone Common Problems

Have you just purchased a new apple iPhone or already an existing user? here are some useful videos from apple support covering ten topics and tips on how to set up or solve some common problems on your iPhone.
10 Useful Videos For iPhone Users To Solve iPhone Common Problems

1. How to clear history, cache and cookies on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

Here's how to delete your history, cache and cookies, and browse Safari privately on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.

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2. How to set up Bedtime on iPhone

Use Bedtime on your iPhone to set a reminder to go to bed each night, get daily wakeup alarms, and automatically turn on Do Not Disturb while you sleep.

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3. How to set up and use Dual SIM on your iPhone

Learn how to add a second phone number to your iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, or iPhone XR, and use both numbers from the same device. See how to switch between numbers for calls and messages, and set a preferred number for different contacts.
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4. How to free up space on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

If you find yourself running out of onboard storage on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, you're not alone. Here's how to ensure you always have enough space for your next photo, video, or app download.
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5. How to print from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

Need to print an important document or just a cute photo? Here's how to print with AirPrint using your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. 
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6. How to navigate with Voice Control on your iPhone

With Voice Control, you can use dictation to edit text with your voice in emails, notes, messages, and anywhere else you can type.

Before you can use Voice Control, a file download is required. Once the download is complete, you don't need a Wi-Fi connection to use Voice Control. It's recommended that you connect to Wi-Fi before you turn on Voice Control for the first time.

Voice Control is available only in the United States.
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7. How to add an email account in Mail on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

There are two ways you can set up an email account in the Mail app on your iOS device — automatically or manually. Learn which option is best for you.
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8. Get to know Screen Time for parents on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

Set limits for how much time your child spends on their iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, and monitor how they use their devices with parental controls. 
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9. How to use AirDrop on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

Learn how to use AirDrop on your iPhone, iPad. or iPod touch to quickly share photos, documents, and more with people nearby.

Before you begin
  • Make sure that the person you're sending to is nearby and within Bluetooth and Wi-Fi range.

  • Check that you and the person you're sending to have Wi-Fi and Bluetooth turned on. If either of you have Personal Hotspot on, turn it off.

  • Check if the person you're sending to has their AirDrop set to receive from Contacts Only. If they do, and you’re in their Contacts, they need to have your email address or mobile number in your contact card for AirDrop to work.

  • If you're not in their Contacts, have them set their AirDrop receiving setting to Everyone in order to receive the file.

  • You can put your AirDrop receiving setting to Contacts Only or Receiving Off at any time to control who can see your device and send you content in AirDrop.
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10. How to navigate your iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, or iPhone XR

Learn how to navigate your iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, or iPhone XR like a pro. Use gestures to switch between apps, open Control Center, and view your notifications. See how to take a screenshot, use Siri and Emergency SOS, and force restart, should you ever need to.
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