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You can easily back up and restore data on your iPhone, including contacts, apps, and purchased Apple Store content. There are two ways to back up and restore data on your iPhone: Apple iCloud from your phone; or Apple iTunes from your computer. iOS 9 or lower: Make sure your device is connected to a Wi-Fi network. Tap Settings > iCloud   then scroll down and tap   Backup. Turn on iCloud Backup and tap Back Up Now. Wait until the backup process finishes. iOS 10 or Higher: Make sure your device is connected to a Wi-Fi network. Launch the   Settings   app, tap on your Apple ID at the top of the settings then scroll down and tap   iCloud Backup On the next screen, turn on iCloud Backup (if not already on) then tap Back Up Now. Wait until the backup process finishes. Note:   Don’t forget to   sync with iTunes to back up any music or videos that are saved on your iPhone that wasn’t purchased through iTunes, plus your call history and other data not backed up by iCloud. Restore your iPhone’s data using the backup file you created. This will restore things like contacts, apps, and App Store purchases. After erasing your phone and turning it on for the first time, follow the onscreen setup process. When you get to the   Apps & Data   screen, tap   Restore from iCloud Backup. Follow the on-screen instructions to finish restoring your phone. Note:   Sync with iTunes on your computer to restore any remaining files to your iPhone.   Apple iTunes   Back up the data on your iPhone, including your settings, documents, contacts and apps. Open iTunes and connect your phone to your computer. When your iPhone appears in iTunes, you’ll see a summary screen. In the   Backups   section, click   Back Up Now. Wait until the backup process finishes. Restore your iPhone’s data using the backup file you created. This will restore things like contacts, apps, and App Store purchases. Click   Summary   in the left navigation panel. Under the   Backups   section, click   Restore iPhone > Restore. Follow the on-screen instructions to finish restoring your phone. If you’re having trouble backing up or restoring your iPhone, visit   Apple Support.
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FaceTime will allow you to participate in video calls with other FaceTime users over a Wi-Fi or the Rogers Wireless network.     Compatible devices: iPhone 4 or later iPad 2 or later iPad mini iPod touch (4 th   generation) or later   FaceTime through Phone Call Ensure FaceTime is enabled on the device. Tap on   Settings. Select   FaceTime. Toggle FaceTime   On. During a call, tap the   FaceTime   icon to invite the other party to a video call.   FaceTime App Ensure FaceTime is enabled on the device. Tap on   Settings. Select   FaceTime. Toggle FaceTime   On. Launch the   FaceTime   app. Select a contact and tap the video icon to start the video call.   FaceTime through Contacts Ensure FaceTime is enabled on the device. Tap on   Settings. Select   FaceTime. Toggle FaceTime   On. Launch the   Contacts   app. Tap the FaceTime video icon to place a video call to the contact you’re viewing.
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The following steps explain how to turn on Personal Hotspot (tethering) on Apple iOS devices.   Steps:   In iOS 6 and Above: Click Settings. Select Personal Hotspot. Toggle Personal Hotspot to On   In iOS 4-5: Click   Settings. Select   General. Tap   Networks. Choose   Personal Hotspot. Toggle   Personal Hotspot   to   On.   To Connect to the Personal Hotspot Using Wi-Fi: Select the name of your iPhone from the Wi-Fi settings on your computer or other devices. Enter the   Wi-Fi Password   displayed on the Personal Hotspot screen.   Using Bluetooth Make sure the other Bluetooth device is discoverable. On your Apple device, tap   Settings. Tap   Bluetooth. Pair the two devices.   Using USB Connect your iPhone to your computer with a USB cable. Choose iPhone from the list of network services in your settings.
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These are steps to pair and unpair an Apple Watch to an iPhone. You need to have an iPhone 6, SE or newer and the latest version of iOS. Your iPhone must have Bluetooth "on" and be connected to a Wi-Fi or cellular network. Unpairing the Apple Watch does not cancel the Smartwatch plan. How to Pair Your Apple Watch to an iPhone Note: If the camera does not work for the viewfinder, go to apple.ca for the manual pairing process. 1. Turn on your Apple Watch. Press and hold the side button until you see the Apple logo. This may take a few minutes.   2. Put on your Apple Watch. 3. Hold you Apple Watch and iPhone close together.   4. Wait for the “Use your iPhone to set up this Apple Watch” message to appear on your iPhone. 5. Tap continue. 6. Hold your iPhone over the animation.   7. Hold your Apple Watch up to the camera. 8. Centre the watch face in the viewfinder on your iPhone. 9. If the camera does now work for the viewfinder, direct them to apple.ca for the manual pairing process. You will get a message once the Apple Watch and iPhone are paired.   How to Unpair Your Apple Watch to an iPhone   Important: Upairing the Apple Watch erases all data and restores it to factory settings. Unpairing the Apple Watch does not cancel the Smartwatch plan. 1. Keep your Apple Watch and iPhone close together, as you unpair them. 2. Open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone. 3. Hold you Apple Watch and iPhone close together.   4. Wait for the “Use your iPhone to set up this Apple Watch” message to appear on your iPhone. 5. Tap continue. 6. Go to the My Watch tab and tap your watch at the top of the screen. 7. Hold your Apple Watch up to the camera.   8. Centre the watch face in the viewfinder on your iPhone. 9. Tap "i" next to the watch that you want to unpair.   10. Tap unpair Apple Watch.   11. Tap again to confirm.   Note: • You might need to enter your Apple ID password to disable Activation Lock. • Before erasing all content and settings on your Apple Watch, your iPhone creates a new backup of your Apple Watch. • You can use the backup to restore a new Apple Watch.
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  Wi-Fi Calling lets you make and receive phone calls, plus send and receive text messages, wherever you have a Wi-Fi connection.   Looking to set up the Wi-Fi Calling feature on your phone? Do you have a compatible iOS device? Well you are in luck.   Check out this helpful How To video to learn how.     Steps: First, make sure your iPhone is connected to a Wi-Fi network.  Tap the Settings icon, scroll down then tap the Phone icon. Under Calls, tap Wi-Fi Calling and slide the "Wi-Fi Calling on This iPhone" switch to the On position. And you’re done! Wi-Fi calling is now ready to use
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