First than anything, you need to have the iPhone inserted with your SIM card. This is the very first thing to do before you turn on the device. For iPhone though, it takes only Nano-SIM, so you better have one ready to start setting up your new device. Unlike Android and other hand phones, iPhone has different location for its SIM card slot. Others might have it below the back chase and remove the battery to slide the card in the slot.
However, it is not the case with iPhone. The SIM card slot of this device appears in the form of small tray popping out from the right side of the phone. The information pack of the device will come with SIM removal tool. It is not that sort of special tools to use since it appears as simple metal clip only. Still, it is useful tool that you will need to get the SIM card tray out of the phone. To do so, just push it into the hole below the power button.
Give it some pressure, so it goes deeper and it presses against the spring inside. All you need to do from this point is to press the pin further until the SIM card tray pops out. Once it pops out a bit, it should be easier for you to pull it out of the phone. The tray is where you will put your SIM card into. You see there is SIM card shape right in the middle of the tray, right? It should be the right shape for Nano-SIM card to fit in. So, do so then.
Just put your SIM card into the tray, following the shape. However, you need to make sure that you have the metal contacts facing down. That way, the iPhone can read the memory. So, don’t get it upside down than it is supposed to be. Once you are done with that, you need to slide the tray back into the phone. Make sure to slide it in until you hear it clicks in, so the iPhone can properly recognize the SIM card. You don’t want it to accidentally open and risk you to lose SIM card, right?
Now that you are done installing the SIM card, you can finally turn on the iPhone and start setting it up. You will have to complete the Setup Wizard though. There will be a series of steps to follow before the iPhone is actually ready to use. Even when you are done with that, it won’t be enough to get you the hang of the iPhone. There are still some things left to do and learn about after all. It is better to get them taken care of and familiarize yourself with since the beginning rather than later.