Setting Up Your iPhone
1. Start the device from the power switch, it is good to put the device directly on the charger:
- phone the display reads "Hello" in different languages. Follow the instructions to get started.
- (If you are blind or have weak eyesight, you can enable VoiceOver or zoom on the Hi-screen.)
- Select a language on request.
- Choose a country.
2. If you move from an old iPhone to a new iPhone with at least iOS 11, use Quick Start:
- If you have another iOS 11 device, you can use it and Quick Start to automatically enable your new device.
- If you do not have another iOS 11, continue to tap Enable manually to continue.
3. Activate the device:
- Activating and resuming the device requires a connection to a Wi-Fi network or mobile network.
- Tap the desired Wi-Fi network or use a mobile network (via SIM card)
4. Enable Touch ID or Face ID to create a passcode:
- On some devices, you can enable Touch ID or Face ID. This feature allows you to use your fingerprint or face recognition to unlock the device. Tap Continue and follow the instructions.
- Next, specify a six-digit passcode.
5. Restore or move your data:
6. Sign in with your Apple ID
- Add your Apple ID and password
- Press Don't have an Apple ID or Forgot it?
- You can restore your Apple ID, password, create an Apple ID, or enable it later.
- When you sign in with an Apple ID, you may be prompted for a verification code for your previous device.
7. Enable Siri and other services
- Turn on Siri (Siri is your voice-controlled assistant).
- Or apply later in the settings
8. Select the settings for app analysis, True Tone, and Home button
- Choose whether you want to share information with app developers. Press do not share.
- True tone adjusts display colors and intensity.
- Home button editing
- The phone was successfully activated