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How To Quickly Export All Contacts On Apple iPhone Running iOS 16

The option for exporting all the contacts from the smartphone is one of the new features and upgrades in Apple’s new iOS 16 operating system for the Apple iPhone models.

Despite the fact that the Contacts program on the Apple iPhone still lacks some functionality compared to some of its rivals’ products, the company has added a new feature to enhance the user experience.

Users can export all of their contacts from their smartphone into a file and save it or share it through apps on their phone with the iOS 16 operating system, which is presently available in Developer Preview and will be released in its stable form in the coming months.

This step-by-step tutorial will show you how to export every contact from your Apple iPhone smartphone running the most recent version of iOS, iOS 16.

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How to export all contacts on Apple iPhone running iOS 16

Step 1: Open the “Contacts” application on your Apple iPhone.

Step 2: When the app opens, tap on “Lists” from the top-left corner.

Step 3: Tap and hold on to “All iCloud” or the “All Contacts” option.

Step 4: After that, select the “Export” option from the menu.

Step 5: You will be able to select your desired application for sharing the contacts. Alternatively, you can also select the “Save to File” option.

I’m done now. You can export all the contacts from your Apple iPhone smartphone running the most recent version of iOS 16 after successfully completing the aforementioned procedures.

One file with the.vcf extension will include all the exported contacts. All of the data, such as name, email address, and phone numbers, will be included. There are various programs and apps available to view this file, depending on the device on which it is being opened.

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