Sounds that announce calls or other alerts can go unheard in a noisy environment but when you have the flashing light for incoming calls on iPhone enabled, you’ll never miss them. The LED flash on the rear of your iPhone and next to the camera lens will blink every time you receive a notification or an incoming call.
How to Turn on the flashing light for incoming calls on iPhone?
The LED flash on your iPhone can be useful in cases where you would not like to miss out on any important notifications while your device is locked and silent. Turning On the flashing light for incoming calls on iPhone isn’t tricky. Here’s what you should do to get started!
- Unlock your iPhone and go to the Settings.
- Move to Accessibility.
- Scroll down to the Hearing section.
- Select Audio/Visual.
- Locate the Visual heading.
- Enable the LED Flash for Alerts option under it.
The feature mirrors a popular function from the Blackberry phones that are no more seen or in use.
How do I turn on the flash on my iPhone for incoming calls?
Unlock your iPhone and go to the Settings.
Scroll down to the Accessibility setting. It helps you customize your iPhone to your individual needs.
Next, under the HEARING heading, locate the Audio/Visual option. Tap the option to move to the Audio/Visual screen.
Now, go to the VISUAL section and toggle the switch for LED Flash for Alerts to On position.
Now, when you have an incoming call, messages, or WhatsApp notifications, your iPhone LED Flashlight will blink. As you can see in the image above, you can use LED flash for alerts even when the ring switch is set to silent. Also, Apple notifies that LED Flash for Alerts works only when your device is locked.
How to turn off flashlight on iPhone?
Go to Settings > Accessibility > Audio/Visual > LED Flash for Alerts. Disable the setting by toggling the switch to the Off position.
iPhone led flash for alerts not working
If you find flash notification iPhone is not working, quickly check if the iPhone is in locked mode or not. LED Flash for Alerts works only when your device is in locked mode.
Hope that makes sense!