Here we give you an overview of instructions on how to use NFC with an iOS device.
iOS - Automation
This How2 introduces the app shortcuts for iOS 13 and shows how smartphone actions can be performed automatically by an NFC chip.
In this How2 we explain how an alarm clock can be set directly with an NFC tag.
This How2 explains how to automatically calculate a travel time and send it to a contact via WhatsApp.
Add and save additional smartphone actions to an existing automation.
In this How2, an example scenario is used to explain how different actions can be linked together in a meaningful way.
This How2 explains how an NFC chip can automatically play music from a playlist on a Bluetooth box.
This How2 shows how an NFC tag can be used to easily create a timer for brushing teeth.
In this How2 we explain how an NFC tag can help capture an image and email it as a PDF.
Share Spotify Playlists by NFC tags
In this How2 we explain how an NFC tag can be used to set an expiry reminder.
In this How2, we show how to launch a fitness app directly via NFC tag.
This How2 describes how a WLAN network can be shared directly with an iPhone for every other smartphone using an NFC tag .
In this How2 we explain how the current location can be saved and named with a quick scan of the NFC tag.
In this How2 we explain how to mute all notifications with only one NFC scan around an individual timeout.
In this How2 we explain how to filter and display contacts directly using an NFC-tag.
Open an app directly with an NFC tag.
iOS - Read and write NFC-Tags
In this How2 we introduce the Apple shortcut gallery and explain how to use it.
It explains how different NFC tags can be read with the iPhone.
Write and edit NFC display with different data types with iOS
NFC21 Tools: Read and write NFC-Tags
Writing NFC-cube stickers with your iPhone.
Here we introduce the new NFC function in iOS 14.