So you've just bought yourself a brand new iPhone X.
Considering that reviewers are calling it the best phone Apple has ever launched, you're probably happy with your purchase.
But with plenty of new features in the X compared to previous models, you might be struggling to get to grips with them all.
That's where we come in. Take a look at our top 10 iPhone X tips and tricks to get the most out of your new Apple device.
Love it or loathe it, but Apple's virtual assistant Siri is an integrated feature in their devices, and that's been made even more obvious in the iPhone X. If you're a fan of Siri, Apple has made using it much easier.
With the loss of the physical home button, you can use the side button to activate Siri. All you have to do is press it down and Siri should activate. It's as easy as that!
If Siri isn't your thing, the side button isn't completely useless. Apple has sought to give it as many uses as possible and one of them is Apple Pay integration.
By pressing the side button twice, you can bring up the Apple Pay app. Pretty handy if you're in a shop and don't want to navigate through various menus to pay.
Wondering about other side button uses? This list from Gadgethacks should give you a few ideas, including how to quickly snooze your alarm in the morning.
Removing the physical home button is certainly an aesthetic choice in favor of the impressive iPhone X display, but it has made it harder for long-time Apple users to understand how to perform certain functions.
If you're wondering how to easily return to the home screen, for instance, you don't need to worry - it's actually pretty easy. At the bottom of your iPhone screen, there should be a thick, black line in the center. This is your 'home indicator', and it acts as a semi-replacement for your home button.
Simply swipe up from here and you'll return to your home screen.
Heavy iPhone users will want to keep an eye on their battery levels to make sure they're not too far away from an outlet for charging. Unfortunately, Apple has disabled the battery percentage indicator by default on the iPhone X.
But don't worry, because you can quickly re-enable it. Go to your iPhone Settings, then to Battery, and enable the Battery Percentage setting here.
Want to switch between your running apps with speed? Well, you don't have to do anything as messy as returning to the home screen and opening your app that way. You can use your home indicator instead.
Swiping from left to right (or right to left) on your home indicator will switch between your running apps, saving you time in the process.
There's a running theme through many of these iPhone tricks, and many of them rely on the shortcuts Apple have placed in plain sight for their users. Of course, it relies on you actually knowing where they are!
Two of the more common shortcuts you might use are the ones to quickly access your notifications or your settings with your screen unlocked. To do so, swipe down from the top left (for notifications) or the top right (for settings).
Next on our list of iPhone tips is using one of the more popular iPhone X features - animated emojis, or Animojis. We've all seen the commercials, but do you know how to use it?
If you don't, it's actually quite simple, but you will need to have Face ID activated on your device to take advantage of it. Open up iMessages, tap the App Store icon next to your message bar, and click on the monkey.
You can scroll through different Animojis to find the one that suits you the most and to record, press the red record button. Once you're done, press it again to stop.
If you're looking to show off new iPhone X features to your friends, taking and sending a screenshot might be the easiest way to do it. But without your home button, how can you do that on your iPhone X?
Get your screen ready, and hold your volume up and side buttons down at the same time. It'll save the screenshot in your gallery, ready for you to send.
Of course, if you haven't already bought yourself a protective case for your iPhone X, you should be sure to get one that doesn't make using your physical buttons difficult. Consider these 10 trendy iPhone case designs before you purchase.
If you're missing having the home button on your iPhone, and the home indicator isn't doing it for you, AssistiveTouch could help. It simulates a home button on your display and is designed for those with mobility issues, but it's a handy feature for anybody to use.
Activate it by going to your Settings, General, and then to the Accessibility menu. Scroll to AssistiveTouch, then click the switch option to activate it.
It's always best to be prepared, and considering the price of the iPhone X, having an emergency backup in place to prevent a thief from stealing your device is a good idea.
If you're worried about that situation, and you want to be able to disable Face ID in a hurry to stop a thief from using your face to unlock it, press the power button five times in quick succession. It'll disable Face ID completely until you unlock your device using your passcode.
Need some additional help setting up and using Face ID? Check out Apple's recommendations on how to use it here.
These aren't the only iPhone X tips and tricks out there, but they should help you get started and keep you occupied as you become familiar with your brand new iPhone.
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