Apple Shares New Videos in iPhone Tips Series Covering Wallet, Face ID, Live Photos, Apple Support App and More

Apple this afternoon shared several new videos that are part of its ongoing iPhone tips series called "iPhone Can Do What?" that was launched earlier this week.

The new videos cover getting help on Apple products using the Apple Support app, unlocking the ‌iPhone‌ with Face ID, accessing boarding passes in the Wallet app, and choosing a new key frame in a Live Photo. There's also a video highlighting the fact that Apple's iPhones are water resistant, which pertains to the ‌iPhone‌ 7 and later.






Each video's description links to Apple's full iPhone tips website, which includes additional short tutorial videos and tips on available ‌iPhone‌ features.

Top Rated Comments

bigjnyc Avatar
29 months ago
Poor guy only has $78 left in his chase account after buying an iPhone.
Score: 27 Votes (Like | Disagree)
LIVEFRMNYC Avatar
28 months ago
These are ads not tips. Nobody is going to learn a damn thing from these ultra short vids.
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
BornAgainMac Avatar
28 months ago
Last September, my iPhone X got wet like that video and it became a brick and had no insurance.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
now i see it Avatar
28 months ago
Actually iOS now desperately needs tutorials for first time users because there is sooooo much hidden stuff that's difficult to figure out (and remember for the first time). Those of us who've been using iOS for a long time have memorized how it all works and how to get from point A to Point B (in the typical circuitous iOS maze) but for newbies? It's an extremely frustrating experience. I'd venture to say it's "horrible" for first time users.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ivantwilliams Avatar
28 months ago
Back on topic, I think this is a smart move by Apple.
Some of these options I did not even know existed...
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
iSayuSay Avatar
28 months ago
Sure you would. Yes it's true Apple is losing market share, and you'rec clueless if you think Apple holds the smartphone market share. You forgot Huawei/Xiaomi in India and China which are huge markets, same for Samsung in Europe. Apple may sell the most on US but that's about it.
Well can we blame them? Most features and services of iPhone is for US only, and probably a few select countries. Apple Watch ECG, Apple Pay, Wallets, Homepod, or Siri on Apple TV. You name it and US consumers may tick all the checkboxes.

Consumers abroad getting many features disabled/unavailable, they pay generally MORE for each iPhone and many have no carrier contracts or upgrade programs. Meaning they just buy their iPhone upfront, and getting less. That's crazy!!

Meanwhile most of China use local services like Wechat, Baidu, Weibo and they run better on $200 Chinese brand androids instead of $999 iPhone (due to less restrictions from manufacturers).
Apple could suddenly stop selling their products outside US and probably lose only a few percentage of sales in the process.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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