Well, my new iPhone 12 arrived today, and I’ve just finished setting it up using the method I described in my previous post, and all went as planned.
I must say setting up a new phone using the ‘copy across’ wifi method was really simple if you follow all of the screen prompts.
An update on this, I just found an article from around a year ago describing how to do exactly this only with iOS 13, so I would think it would be the same with iOS 14.
Apparently the trick is to upgrade the new phone to the same version of Public Beta that’s on the old phone, and then reset...
Need a bit of advice here as I’ve decided at last to update my iPhone XR to an iPhone 12.
I know it’s usually a fairly simple job to use a Quick Start transfer from old to new, however I’ve been using the Public Beta’s on my iPhone XR and it’s sitting with iOS 14.6 Public Beta1 on it.
Unfortunately there’s been a lot of ‘scaremongering’ with unfounded reasoning across the EU against the Astra Zeneca vaccine. All of the tests have shown it to be as good, if not better, at protecting the elder generation than the Pfizer vaccine.
Such a shame really, as it means most of Europe...
I had to have the Astra Zeneca vaccine as I’ve previously had an anaphylaxis reaction to one of the ingredients in the Pfizer vaccine.
It’s a good job I was honest on the pre-vaccine questions sheet, or the outcome could have been VERY different [emoji15].
Be honest when they ask!
The forum is definitely slow for me, but that’s because my broadband is faulty and is currently crawling along at a ‘mighty’ 4.5 Mbps [emoji2959], and the phone company can’t get it sorted until Wednesday [emoji35].
Thanks, I’ve been using this for a while now, and I find that I use a ‘triple tap’ for a screenshot, as I was getting too many accidental screenshots with a ‘double tap’. And I now use the ‘double tap’ for the Lock Screen.