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Totally will! They both use nano-SIM chips.
The iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, and iPhone 5S are all capable of using 4G LTE data.
You should be fine with just plug adapters. Just to be sure, check on the bottom of the charger. Min You should be fine with just plug adapters. Just to be sure, check on the bottom of the charger. Mine says the following: Input: 100-240v 50/60/hz That means that it can be used with any voltage from 100v to 240v, and frequency of 50hz or 60hz. Europe uses 230v 50hz so it should be ok. I am currently using my iPhone charger in Europe with a travel adapter and it works like a charm.
I think it depends on the app. Onenote, definitely, has an option that only recognizes the pencil fo I think it depends on the app. Onenote, definitely, has an option that only recognizes the pencil for writing (can still scroll, zoom, etc, with fingers)
There are five ways to unlock this smart deadbolt. The conventional way is to use the key provided w There are five ways to unlock this smart deadbolt. The conventional way is to use the key provided with the lock but this is a "smart" deadbolt so Schlage considers that a backup to the ways you are intended to use it. I'll list the other ways below. 2. Pull out your iPhone, unlock it, launch the Schlage app and tap on the screen to unlock the door. 3. Pull out your iPhone, unlock it and issue a Siri command like, "unlock the front door," provided you named the lock "Front Door." You can name it whatever you want. Note: as a security feature, Apple requires your phone to be unlocked to accept Siri commands to unlock a door. 4. Using the keypad, press the Schlage logo to activate the keypad, type in your access code, they can be 4-8 digits, voila, your door is unlocked. 5. You can also use an app like Home, available in the App Store, to create a geofence that automatically unlocks your door as you approach your house in which case you need not do anything more than turn the handle to enter your home. Note that this functionality requires remote access and as such an Apple TV 3rd generation or newer is required as well as an iCloud account. Other members of your family with iOS devices can use methods 2 and 3 above provided you've shared access with them. Anyone can use method 4 and they can each have their own unique code so you know who has been coming and going as there is a log kept by the smart deadbolt. You can even create temporary codes for guests or other people who need temporary access.