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How to Turn on iPhone 13 and Setup iPhone 13 Pro Max Settings


How to Turn on iPhone 13 and Setup iPhone 13 Pro Max Settings

How to Turn on iPhone 13 and Setup iPhone 13 Pro Max Settings - Here's the iPhone 13 Pro Max user guide that will help you to set up your new iOS device from beginners and maximize settings iPhone 13 user guide for seniors like a pro with tutorial tips and tricks to resolve the problems.

How to Turn on iPhone 13 and Setup iPhone 13 Pro Max Settings

You must unboxing your new Apple  iPhone 13 that contains inside the box are: an iPhone with iOS 15 device, USB‑C to Lightning Cable and Quick Start Guide Documentation. The Charger or Adapter Sold separately


How to Turn on iPhone 13

Take a look your device and see the buttons are: Volume up/down, Ring/Silent, Side button

Manually Press and hold the side button or Sleep/Wake button iPhone 13 Pro Max until the Apple logo appears.But if it doesn’t turn on, you might need to charge the battery. or ask the Apple Support to trade iPhone with a new ones if your iPhone won’t turn on or is frozen.

Tap Set Up Manually, type your Apple ID and password or signup. See iPhone 13 Pro Max User Guide.

Connect Your device to Wi-Fi or use Data Netowrk to synchronize.

Setup iPhone 13 Pro Max Connect to a Wi-Fi network

Go to iPhone 13 Pro Max Settings  > Wi-Fi, then turn on Wi-Fi.

Tap one of the following:

A network: Enter the password, if required.

Other: Joins a hidden network. Enter the name of the hidden network, security type, and password.

If the Wi-Fi icon appears at the top of the screen, iPhone is connected to a Wi-Fi network. (To verify this, open Safari to view a webpage.) iPhone reconnects when you return to the same location.

Connect iPhone13 to a cellular network

Your new iPhone 13 automatically connects to your carrierʼs cellular data network if a Wi-Fi network isnʼt available. 

Install iPhone 13 Pro Max Dual SIM

>Manually insert a paper clip or SIM eject tool into the small hole of the SIM tray, then push in toward iPhone to eject the tray.

>A paper clip or SIM eject tool is inserted into the small hole of the tray on the left side of iPhone to eject and remove the tray.

Note: The shape and orientation of the SIM tray depend on the iPhone model and your country or region.

If iPhone 13 Problems doesn’t connect, check the following:

Verify that your SIM is activated and unlocked. See Set up cellular service on iPhone.

Go to Settings  > Cellular.

Verify that Cellular Data is turned on. On models with Dual SIM, tap Cellular Data, then verify the selected line. (You can choose only one line for cellular data.)

iPhone 13 Pro Max Tps and Trick Dual SIM Settings Manually read following guide:

Wi-Fi Calling must be turned on for a line to enable that line to receive calls while the other line is in use for a call. If you receive a call on one line while the other is in use for a call, and no Wi-Fi connection is available, iPhone uses the cellular data of the line that is in use for the call to receive the other line’s call. Charges may apply. The line that is in use for the call must be permitted for data use in your Cellular Data settings (either as the default line, or as the non-default line with Allow Cellular Data Switching turned on) to receive the other line’s call.

If you don’t turn on Wi-Fi Calling for a line, any incoming phone calls on that line (including calls from emergency services) go directly to voicemail (if available from your carrier) when the other line is in use; you won’t receive missed call notifications.

If you set up conditional call forwarding (if available from your carrier) from one line to another when a line is busy or not in service, the calls don’t go to voicemail; contact your carrier for setup information.

If you make a phone call from another device, such as your Mac, by relaying it through your iPhone with Dual SIM, the call is made using your default voice line.

If you start an SMS/MMS Messages conversation using one line, you can’t switch the conversation to your other line; you need to delete the conversation and start a new conversation using the other line. Also, you may incur additional charges if you send SMS/MMS attachments on the line that’s not selected for cellular data.

Instant Hotspot and Personal Hotspot use the line selected for cellular data.