The hysteresis properties of a nanostructure are affected by many factors, such as the material of the nanostructure, the shape and size of the nanostructure, the orientation of the magnetizing field. In the present study, the influence of angle, temperature, and geometry on an Ising-type single-segment ferromagnetic nanowire with core/shell are studied by the effective-field theory with correlations. The behavior of the coercivity is presented by means of phase diagrams in the seven different planes and detected the magnetic characteristics of the nanowire. We find that the magnetic hardness decreases as the angle and temperature increase. We also observe that hysteresis behaviors of ferromagnetic nanowire have strong dependence on interlayer length, shell length, and wire length.