Add and use contact information on iPhone
In the Contacts app , you can view and edit your contacts lists from personal, business, and other accounts. You can also create contacts and set up a contact card with your own information.
Ask Siri. Say something like:
“What’s my brother’s work address?”
“Sarah Castelblanco is my sister”
“Send a message to my sister”
Create a contact
Siri also suggests new contacts based on your use of other apps, such as email you receive in Mail and invitations you receive in Calendar. (To turn this feature off, go to Settings > Contacts > Siri & Search, then turn off Show Siri Suggestions for Contacts.)
Based on how you use Contacts, Siri also provides contact information suggestions in other apps. (To turn this feature off, go to Settings > Contacts > Siri & Search, then turn off Learn from this App.) See About Siri Suggestions on iPhone.
Find a contact
Tap the search field at the top of the contacts list, then enter a name, address, phone number, or other contact information.
You can also search your contacts using Search (see Use iPhone to search for content).
Share a contact
Tap a contact, tap Share Contact, then choose a method for sending the contact information.
Sharing the contact sends all of the info from the contact’s card.
Quickly reach a contact
To start a message, make a phone call or a FaceTime call, compose an email, or send money with Apple Pay, tap a button below the contact’s name.
To change the default phone number or email address for a contact method, touch and hold the button for that method below the contact’s name, then tap a selection in the list.
Delete a contact
Go to the contact’s card, then tap Edit.
Scroll down, then tap Delete Contact.