For people new to iOS or its gesture features.
Apple already started shipping the new iPhones. For people who are new to iOS devices, Apple made a “Guided Tour” for iPhones on their official YouTube channel. This tour walks through some of the latest features like various swiping gestures, Face ID, camera features, Dual SIM functionality, Memoji, and Group FaceTime offered by these trio devices.
Guided Tour of iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR:
The short 5-minute video takes place in and around the main Apple Park office building, providing an overview of the facilities normally reserved for employees.
The video is hosted by Mackenzie Yates who’s the Director of the Apple Park Visitor Centre.
This short video is helpful especially for those who have not used an iPhone X and are updating directly to the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max or iPhone XR, as the lack of a start button may take a while getting used to.
The video is interesting for Apple fans to have a look inside the Apple HeadQuarter which looks like a “spaceship”. Yates demonstrates each function on every new iPhone as she walks around the headquarters.
Enough said, let’s have a look at the video together:
Apple also released short videos for their Apple Watch Series 4. Series 4 Watch officially launched for sale today.
To complete today’s Apple Watch launch, Apple has released several videos explaining how to use the new Apple Watch to pick up your heart rate, call someone, start a workout, or use the SOS feature.
How to Make a Call
How to start a workout:
How to start an Activity Competition:
How to Measure your Heart Rate:
How to use Emergency SOS:
Videos are around 30 seconds long with enough demonstration of how to use the new features provided by the company. Apple might release more videos showing the other “How-to” videos near future.
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