If you got a new iPhone for the holidays, you’ve probably already gone through some of the initial setup and configured things like Face ID. But, there’s a whole lot more you can do with your new iPhone, thanks to the latest iOS 13 update that rolled out in September.
You can do a lot more than just install a bunch of new apps. In this guide, I’ll show you how to get the most out of your new iPhone, like how to share a Wi-Fi hot spot with other family members, set up your custom Memoji and more.
Since iOS 13 works all the way back to the iPhone 6S, most of these will work on old iPhones, too. So even if you didn’t get the newest iPhone 11 Pro Max during the holidays, you can still take advantage of almost everything in this guide.
You can fight spam by automatically sending unknown numbers right to voicemail. You just want to make sure you have numbers for important places, like your doctor’s office or child’s school, saved to your address book so that you don’t miss them. Once you have, just do this to send all unknown numbers to voicemail:
- Open Settings on your iPhone.
- Tap Phone.
- Scroll down to “Silence Unknown Callers.”
- Toggle the button to on.