iPhone 13- Identifier, Finish, Storage & Model

Many of us have been waiting for this moment for a long time! Of course, we are talking about the premiere of the latest iPhone from the 13 series. On September 14, there was an Apple conference where the iPhone 13 was presented. The new Line of iPhones includes iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max. Today, we are coming to present models of the latest iPhone 13 series.

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How to get a sim card out of an iPhone? (All models)

Not really sure how to get a SIM card out of an iPhone? Are you looking for an iPhone SIM tray location? We are coming to give you a hand! In the following article, you will be able to find out the solution for removing a SIM tray from an iPhone. If you want to successfully take a SIM card off your iPhone, just take a look at the below instructions and find out how the SIM card should be removed. All you need to hold on to you is the iPhone and the paper clip or a SIM-eject tool.

To find out from which side the SIM card tray in your iPhone is located, find your iPhone model in the ones listed below and discover it easily. In order to remove the SIM card tray in the iPhone, insert a paper clip or a special tool for removing the SIM card, which is usually added to the device. All you need to do is to inserting the needle into the dedicated small hole next to the SIM tray entrance to successfully eject the SIM tray. At the same time, when you push the needle, the SIM tray should get out. However, if you have any difficulties with this, it is best to ask the Apple Store for help.

On the left side of the iPhone, the SIM tray is located in the following models:
On the right side of the iPhone, the SIM tray is located in the following models:
On the top side of the iPhone, the SIM tray is located in the following models:

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iPhone/iPad won’t turn on. What to do?

Are you having a problem with not responding screen of the iPhone/iPad? Your Apple device won’t turn on? How to resolve that kind of problem? What to do when the screen of the iPhone/iPad gets stuck? In the below instruction, we show you what you can do to try to resolve that kind of issue. So, just follow the tutorial and perform the operation that may fix the problem with not turning on the iPhone/iPad.

Take look at the below instructions to fix the problem with the black or frozen screen of the iPhone/iPad.


iPhone 8 or later, and iPhone SE (2nd generation)

  1. In the first step, click and release the volume up key quickly.
  2. Nextly, click and release the volume down key quickly.
  3. Now, click and hold the side key until the Apple logo pops up on the screen of your iPhone.
  4. At this moment, if the iPhone does not turn on, try charging your Apple device for up to an hour.
  5. Then, try this process again. If your iPhone still does not turn on, contact Apple Support.

iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus

  1. Start by clicking and holding both the side key and the volume down key until the Apple logo pops up on the screen of your iPhone.
  2. Now, if your Apple device still does not turn on, probably you need to charge the iPhone for up to an hour.
  3. Then, if the iPhone won’t turn on, you need to contact Apple Support.

iPhone 6s and earlier, and iPhone SE (1st generation)

  1. First of all, click and hold the same time Home button and the side button or the top button (iPhone SE) until the Apple logo pops up on the screen.
  2. Now, if it does not work, you may need to charge the iPhone for up to an hour.
  3. Then, try to repeat the process from the beginning, if it does not work, contact Apple Support.

iPad that doesn’t have a Home button

  1. Firstly, click and release the volume button quickly.
  2. Secondly, click and release the volume down quickly.
  3. At this moment, click and hold the top button until the iPad restarts.
  4. Now, if the iPad does not turn on, try to charge it for up to an hour.
  5. If the iPad still does not start up, contact Apple Support.

iPad with a Home button

  1. At first, press and hold at the same time the Home button and the top button until the Apple logo appears.
  2. Secondly, if the iPad does not turn on, try to charge it for up to an hour.
  3. If the iPad still does not start up, contact Apple Support.

If the iPhone/iPad turns on but locks up during startup

  1. Firstly, connect the iPhone/iPad to your computer. On a Mac with macOS Catalina, open the Finder. On a Mac with macOS Mojave or earlier, or a PC, open iTunes.
  2. Secondly, find your Apple device on the computer.
  3. Now, after connecting the device, do the following:
    • On iPhone 8 or later, and iPhone SE (2nd generation): Briefly press the volume up button. Press and quickly release the Volume Down button. Then press and hold the side button.
    • On an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus: Press and hold the Side button and the Volume down button at the same time.
    • On an iPhone 6s or earlier, and iPhone SE (1st generation): Press and hold the Home button and the Side button or the Top button at the same time.
    • On an iPad without a Home button: Briefly press the Volume Up button. Press and quickly release the Volume Down button. Press and hold the Top button until your device restarts. Press and hold the top button.
    • On an iPad with a Home button: Press and hold both the Home button and the Top button.
  4. At this moment, press and hold the buttons until you see the Recovery Mode screen.
  5. When the option to Restore or Update appears, select Update.
  6. In the final part, the computer will download the software for iPhone/iPad. If it takes more than 15 minutes, the iPhone/iPad will exit Recovery Mode. Repeat steps 2-4.

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What is “other” on iPhone storage?

Is your iPhone content full? Are you unable to take new photos or download the application? Have you already deleted unnecessary photos, applications, and other multimedia, but you still don’t have enough space? What to do in this case? There is a way, and that is to empty ‘other’ storage. What exactly is ‘other’ storage? And how to effectively get rid of its contents? Follow our article and find out what is hidden in the ‘other’ storage and what to do to clear its contents.

What is iPhone ‘other’ storage?

Typically, iPhone ‘other’ storage stores unnecessary files that only eat up iPhone space. The other section collects files such as .doc, .pdf, .psd, .zip, .dmg, system caches, browser caches, chunks, application plug-ins, and similar files, and not belonging to any from the category of movies, photos, music, applications, or email.

It is possible to manually delete subsequent files that take up space in the ‘other’ space but to effectively remove everything that is there, you should do a Backup and Reset with iTunes. For this purpose, we invite you to read our article, where we show you how to do it effectively.

How to print from iPad or iPhone?

Are you looking for a solution to print from an iPad or iPhone? Do you wonder how to enable wireless printing on iPad or iPhone? Interested in how to use AirPrint to wireless printing via iPad or iPhone? We are coming with the tutorial, where we explain to you how to use iPad or even iPhone to print via AirPrint. Let’s follow the below instructions and without any problem, make a connection between your printer and Apple mobile device to start printing successfully.

Before you start the whole process, check out if your printer supports AirPrint and make sure that iPhone or iPad and the printer are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.

How to Print with AirPrint?

  1. In the first step, get access to the application you want to print from.
  2. Nextly, locate a print option, tap the app sharing icon, reply or share icon, or tap the more settings icon.
  3. At this moment, go down and click the Print or Printer icon. If you cannot locate printing options, see the apps’ User Manual or the Help Section.
  4. Tap Select printer and select an AirPrint-enabled printer.
  5. Select the number of copies or which page you want to print.
  6. At the top right, click Print.

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