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Wait for the "Use your iPhone to set up this Apple Watch" message to appear on your iPhone, then tap Continue. If this message doesn't appear, open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, tap All Watches, then tap Add Watch.




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If you've set up another Apple Watch with your current iPhone, a screen appears that says Make This Your New Apple Watch. Tap Apps & Data and Settings to see how Express Setup will configure your new watch. Then tap Continue. If you want to choose how your new watch is set up, tap Customize Settings. Then choose a backup from another previous Apple Watch to restore. Or tap Set Up as New Apple Watch if you want to fully customize your new device's settings.


Your Apple Watch might also require a software update on your iPhone before you can set up the watch. If your iPhone says that a software update is available, tap Update Now and wait for the update process to finish.


If Find My isn't set up on your iPhone, you'll be asked to turn on Activation Lock. If an Activation Lock screen appears, your Apple Watch is already linked to an Apple ID. You need to enter the email address and password for that Apple ID to continue set up. If your Apple Watch was previously owned, you might need to contact the previous owner to remove Activation Lock.


You can skip creating a passcode, but you need one for features like Apple Pay.On your iPhone, tap Create a Passcode or Add a Long Passcode, then switch to your Apple Watch to enter your new code. To skip, tap Don't Add Passcode.


If you didn't use Express Setup, your Apple Watch shows you which settings it shares with your iPhone. If you turned on features such as Find My, Location Services, Wi-Fi Calling, and Diagnostics for your iPhone, these settings automatically turn on for your Apple Watch.


Next, add or update details such as your date of birth to make sure that your Fitness and Health data are accurate. You can also turn on health notifications such as noise levels, and details about Emergency SOS and Fall Detection appear.


Your Apple Watch shows the watch face when the pairing procedure is finished and your watch is ready to use. Keep your Apple Watch and iPhone close together so the devices can continue syncing information in the background.


Your Apple Watch is linked to an Apple ID. You need to enter the email address and password for that Apple ID to continue set up. If your Apple Watch was previously owned, you might need to contact the previous owner to remove Activation Lock.


Family Sharing makes it easy for up to six family members to share music, movies, TV shows, apps, books, subscriptions including iCloud+, and more, all without sharing an Apple ID.1 You can set up an Apple ID for kids, set permissions remotely with Screen Time, and approve spending and downloads from a parent's device with Ask to Buy.2 You can also set up Apple Cash for a child or teen, or set them up with an Apple Watch.


Accept or decline an invitation to join a family directly from your device. You'll get an invitation by email or in a text message. Then you can respond right from the invitation. If you miss the email or text invitation, use the steps below to respond from your device. You can be a part of only one family at a time.


If you can't accept the invitation, check if someone else joined a family with your Apple ID. Remember, you can only join one family at a time, and you can only switch to a different family group once per year.


On Mac models without built-in Touch ID, you can complete your purchase using Apple Pay on your compatible iPhone or Apple Watch: On your iPhone, go to Settings > Wallet & Apple Pay and turn on Allow Payments on Mac.


1. Make sure that you sign in to iCloud on all your devices. On your iOS device, you need to set up Face ID, Touch ID, or a passcode. On your Apple Watch, you need to set up a passcode. If you sign out of iCloud or remove your passcode, all credit, debit, prepaid, transit, and student ID card will be removed from that device.


3. In China mainland, you can use Apple Pay on the web in Safari only on compatible iPhone and iPad models using iOS 11.2 or later. In the Netherlands, you can use Apple Pay on the web only on a compatible iPhone or iPad.


4. In Italy, you can't add Maestro cards to iPad or Mac. In Australia, you can't add eftpos cards to your iPad or Mac. In the Netherlands, you can add Maestro cards to all compatible devices except Mac.


Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement. Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of third-party websites or products. Apple makes no representations regarding third-party website accuracy or reliability. Contact the vendor for additional information.


Tap the Wi-Fi network that you want to use or, if available, tap Continue Without Wi-Fi to use your device's cellular network. If you're setting up an iPhone or iPad (Wi-Fi + Cellular), you might need to insert your iPhone SIM card or iPad SIM card first. You might also be asked to activate your eSIM.


Next, set a six-digit passcode to help protect your data. You need a passcode to use features like Face ID, Touch ID, and Apple Pay. If you'd like a four-digit passcode, custom passcode, or no passcode, tap Passcode Options.


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When you sign up for an AWS account, an AWS account root user is created. The root user has access to all AWS services and resources in the account. As a security best practice, assign administrative access to an administrative user, and use only the root user to perform tasks that require root user access.


AWS uses public-key cryptography to secure the login information for your instance.A Linux instance has no password; you use a key pair to log in toyour instance securely. You specify the name of the key pair when youlaunch your instance, then provide the private key when you log inusing SSH.


If you haven't created a key pair already, you can create one by using the Amazon EC2 console.Note that if you plan to launch instances in multiple AWS Regions, you'll need tocreate a key pair in each Region. For more information about Regions, see Regions and Zones.


For Private key file format, choose the format in which to savethe private key. To save the private key in a format that can be used withOpenSSH, choose pem. To save the private key in a formatthat can be used with PuTTY, choose ppk.


The private key file is automatically downloaded by your browser. The base file nameis the name you specified as the name of your key pair, and the file name extension isdetermined by the file format you chose. Save the private key file in a safe place.


If you plan to use an SSH client on a macOS or Linux computer to connect to your Linux instance, use the following command to set the permissions of your private key file so that only you can read it.


Security groups act as a firewall for associated instances, controlling both inbound and outbound traffic at the instance level. You must add rules to a security group that enable you to connect to your instance from your IP address using SSH. You can also add rules that allow inbound and outbound HTTP and HTTPS access from anywhere.


You'll need the public IPv4 address of your local computer. The security group editor inthe Amazon EC2 console can automatically detect the public IPv4 address for you.Alternatively, you can use the search phrase "what is my IP address" in an internetbrowser, or use the following service: Check IP. If you are connecting through an Internet service provider(ISP) or from behind a firewall without a static IP address, you need to find outthe range of IP addresses used by client computers.


For Inbound rules, create rules that allow specific traffic toreach your instance. For example, use the following rules for a webserver that accepts HTTP and HTTPS traffic. For more examples, seeSecurity group rules for different usecases.


Choose Custom and specify the publicIPv4 address of your computer or network in CIDR notation. To specify anindividual IP address in CIDR notation, add the routing suffix/32, for example, 203.0.113.25/32.If your company or your router allocates addresses from a range, specify the entire range, such as 203.0.113.0/24.


For security reasons, do not choose Anywhere forSource with a rule forSSH. This would allow access to yourinstance from all IP addresses on the internet. This isacceptable for a short time in a test environment, butit is unsafe for production environments.


Choose SSH from theType list. In the Sourcebox, choose My IP to automatically populate thefield with the public IPv4 address of your local computer.Alternatively, choose Custom and specify the publicIPv4 address of your computer or network in CIDR notation. To specify anindividual IP address in CIDR notation, add the routing suffix/32, for example, 203.0.113.25/32.If your company allocates addresses from a range, specify the entirerange, such as 203.0.113.0/24.


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