To power off, pull up the Medical ID or make an emergency call with the iPhone X, you will need to hold the side button and either of the volume buttons at the same time. And then slide to power the device off, pull up the Medical ID or make an emergency call.
When you swipe down from the “right ear” (the area to the right of the notch) at the top of the iPhone X, it will show the Control Center. You can also customize the Control Center under the Settings app > Control Center > Customize Controls. Note: This is how you can see the battery life that is left on your iPhone X as well.
When you swipe down from the “left ear” (the area to the left of the notch) at the top of the iPhone X, it will show the “Cover Sheet.” The Cover Sheet used to be known as the Notification Center.
One of the easiest ways to switch between recently opened apps is to swipe left or right on the Home indicator line.
The Home indicator line is also used for going back to the home screen when you have an app open. And swiping from the bottom edge while on the Home screen will take you back to page one — which comes in handy if you have multiple app icon pages.
Without a physical Home button, Apple added a Home indicator at the bottom of the screen. The Home indicator is used for unlocking the device and for activating the app switcher. To activate the app switcher, you have to drag the opened app with your finger from the Home indicator to towards the right of the screen. Then you will see all of the opened apps lined up in order to switch between them easier.
When you double-click the side button on the right-hand side of the device, it will open up Apple Pay. This makes it easier for you to pay bills without having to take your debit or credit card out of your wallet.
Activating the Siri digital assistant on the iPhone X is as simple as pushing down the side button on the right-hand side of the device.
Switch the buttons on the Quick Settings menu like a boss. All you need to say is ‘Switch on Wi-Fi/Bluetooth’ or ‘Turn the phone silent’ and all these will be done in a split second, without the need for any intervention.
Plus, it can even tell you which Wi-Fi network you’re connected to, make a quick call or open apps and websites with the minimum of effort.
Google has brought the translations to its smart assistant, and it works like a charm. So the next time you’re looking for the Spanish translation of ‘Good evening’, just let the Assistant know and it’ll show it in the blink of an eye.