Play a Keynote presentation on iPhone
Present on your iPhone
In the slide navigator, tap to select the slide you want to begin with, then tap .
To advance through the presentation, do any of the following:
Go to the next slide: Tap the slide.
Go back a slide or reset the builds on the slide: Swipe right. Avoid the left edge of the screen as you swipe, so the slide navigator doesn’t appear.
Jump to a different slide: Tap the left side of the screen to show the slide navigator, then tap the slide you want. You may need to swipe up or down to see all the slides. Tap anywhere on the slide to hide the slide navigator. Even if your device is connected to an external display, the slide navigator appears only on the device.
To stop playing a presentation, pinch anywhere on the screen.
Draw on a slide as you present
You can draw on your slides as you present to emphasize information on the slide. If you’re using Keynote Remote to control a presentation from your iPhone, you can draw on your iPhone and have your drawing appear on the Mac, iPhone, or iPad that’s playing your presentation.
Note: You can’t draw on your slides when you show your presentation using Keynote Live.
To draw on a slide as you play your presentation, touch and hold the slide.
Do any of the following:
Draw with a color: Tap a color, then draw with your finger on the slide.
Erase the last highlight: Tap . Continue tapping to undo all your drawing.
Use the laser pointer: Tap the laser pointer and move your finger around the slide; the laser pointer follows your movements.
Return to the previous slide or advance a slide: Tap the left or right arrow on the slide.
Hide the drawing tools: Tap Done.