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What is NFC? Near-Field Communication or NFC is a set of protocols, allowing two electronic devices (usually mobile devices, like your Apple iPhone XR 128 GB) to communicate with each other a few centimeters away. NFC has multiple applications, such as payment or file exchanges with your Apple iPhone XR 128 Go.
Step 1: Tap the Settings app on your iPhone. Step 2: Scroll down the Settings menu and tap on Control Center. Step 3: Scroll down to the More Controls group and tap on the green + on the left...
Yes. The iPhone 13, 13 Pro, 13 Pro Max and 13 mini are the fourth generation of iPhones to support native NFC tag reading. The earlier generations, the XS/XR, 11 and 12 were the first
If you have an iPhone 7/8 and iPhone X, you need to add the NFC Reader to Control Center. If you have iPhone 11 or later, there is no need to follow this step. Go to Settings > Control Center > scroll down and tap on the +Plus Icon located next to NFC Tag Reader entry. Once, NFC tag reader is added to Control Center, you will be able to make ...