Apple iPhone 4S

Apple iPhone 4S

Guide to keys and sockets on your Apple iPhone 4S iOS 9.0

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The list below shows you what the different keys and sockets on your phone are used for.

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On/Off

Press On/Off to turn your phone on or off.

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On/Off

Press On/Off to turn on the screen lock.

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On/Off

Press On/Off twice to reject an incoming call.

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The Home key

Press the Home key to return to the home screen.

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The Silent mode key

Slide the Silent mode key right or left to turn silent mode on or off.

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The Volume keys

Press the Volume keys to select ring volume.

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The Volume keys

Press the Volume keys during a call to adjust the volume.

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The Volume keys

Press the Volume keys to silence the incoming call alert.

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Socket

Connect the charger or data cable to the socket and to a wall socket or your computer's USB port.

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Headset socket

Connect the headset to the headset socket to listen to music or make a handsfree call.

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Camera lens at the back of your phone

Point the camera lens at the back of your phone at the required object to take a picture or record a video clip.

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Camera lens at the front of your phone

Point the camera lens at the front of your phone at the required object during a video call.

1. On/Off

Press On/Off to turn your phone on or off.
Press On/Off to turn on the screen lock.
Press On/Off twice to reject an incoming call.

2. The Home key

Press the Home key to return to the home screen.

3. The Silent mode key

Slide the Silent mode key right or left to turn silent mode on or off.

4. The Volume keys

Press the Volume keys to select ring volume.
Press the Volume keys during a call to adjust the volume.
Press the Volume keys to silence the incoming call alert.

5. Socket

Connect the charger or data cable to the socket and to a wall socket or your computer's USB port.

6. Headset socket

Connect the headset to the headset socket to listen to music or make a handsfree call.

7. Camera lens at the back of your phone

Point the camera lens at the back of your phone at the required object to take a picture or record a video clip.

8. Camera lens at the front of your phone

Point the camera lens at the front of your phone at the required object during a video call.