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Take Control of Your iPhone by Ted Landau

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Chapter . Use Home and Settings

Before you delve into the details of troubleshooting or generally exploring your iPhone, make sure you are familiar with two of the most important iPhone locations: Home and Settings.

Home

The starting point for almost all iPhone activities is the Home screen (Figure 2). Tap any button on this screen to open the corresponding application (or widget—as the items above the four major ones at the bottom are often called).

The iPhone’s Home screen shows buttons for widgets and applications.

The iPhone’s physical Home button is below this screen.

Figure 2. 

To return to the Home screen, from wherever else you may be, press the ...

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