During calls, if the volume of the iPhone’s earpiece is low, then it makes it very hard to hear. It is annoying and irritating. Using the volume up button, you can set it to the maximum level. However, at times, even this feels inadequate. Let us see how to fix low volume through the earpiece on the iPhone.
This feature was added in 2014. While it makes hearing pleasant and noise-free as well as more audible than before, it doesn’t work best through the earpiece. So, if you wish to use earpiece while making/answering calls, turning this feature off might be helpful.
How to Fix Low Earpiece Volume on iPhone
In iOS 13 or Later
Step #1. Tap on Settings → Tap on Accessibility.
Step #2. Tap on Audio/Visual under section Hearing.
Step #3. Turn Off the Switch next to Phone Noise Cancellation.
On iOS 12 or Earlier
Step #1. Launch Settings → Tap on General.
Step #2. Tap on Accessibility.
Step #3. Scroll down and toggle off Phone Noise Cancellation under Hearing.
Check out if the volume is set rightly. If it isn’t, you can adjust it as per need by sliding right for more volume and left for low sound.
That’s it! Hopefully, now you can easily hear through earpiece without any difficulty at all.
When you turn on iPhone Noise Cancellation, you are able to hear properly without the earpiece. Having canceled the unnecessary noise, it makes it ultra-simple for you to hear the sound while calling. So, make sure to turn it on when you have removed earpiece.
Sometimes, this inconvenience may be caused by so many other factors which you need to figure out. Such as the poor quality of earphones, network problem. Even your device can be the culprit due to some technical glitches. So, make sure you have thoroughly checked out all these things before finding any conclusion.
Apart from this, Apple hasn’t added anything new under Hearing. Going by its prestigious record with every new release, we might see some improvement in this settings too. If it happens, it will make iOS even better.
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