How to Change My iPhone Language From Arabic to English

By Michael Batton Kaput

Apple's iPhone is a smartphone that allows users to make calls, surf the Web and send email. The iPhone has a variety of settings for international users, including the ability to change the language displayed on the iPhone's menus. One language that an iPhone can display is Arabic. If you need to switch the iPhone's display language to English from Arabic, you can do so using the Settings menu. Even if you don't understand Arabic and your iPhone has been set to that language, you can use the icon pictures to navigate through these steps.

Step 1

Click on the "Settings" icon. This icon looks like a gray gear.

Step 2

Click on the "General" option. If you do not read Arabic, the General icon is the same as the Settings icon, a gray gear wheel.

Step 3

Click on the "International" option. On the General menu, find the group of settings that has four options. International is the third option down.

Step 4

Click on the "Language" option. It is the first option on the list that appears.

Step 5

Click on "English" in the Language menu. Click on the blue "Done" icon at the top right-hand corner of the screen.