Newer iPhones have got better speakers and they sound pretty good. But they still sort of fall short to bring the house down! However, you shouldn’t give up on the rowdier sound. There is a smart hack that can fill the void to some extent and make your iPhone speakers louder enough to let you relish music with full gusto!
And, you don’t have to go through lengthy workaround to ramp up the speakers of your iPhone. iOS has got quite a few options to let you fine tune your music. Let’s swim across to get started…
How to Make your iPhone Speakers Sound Louder
Step #1. First off, open Apple Music app on your iOS device and start playing your favorite music.
Step #2. Now while the music is playing, go to the Settings app.
Step #3. Next, scroll down and tap on Music.
Step #4. Next up, tap on EQ.
Step #5. Up next, you should see a number of presets designed for different types of music like Latin, hip-hop and more.
Step #6. Check out the Late Night option and select it.
Voila! Your music has begun to sound louder, hasn’t it?
There is another option called Bass Reducer that can also offer some muscle to the music.
As there are a number of presets available, you have a lot to experiment. So, don’t fail to try them out.
How About Trying an Age-Old Volume Boosters?
One of the easiest ways to boost the volume of your iPhone is to place it in a cup. You can use ceramic, glass, and even plastic to ramp up the sound.
I like using these traditional methods as they are so handy and readily available whenever you want. So, the next time you want to have a bit louder sound, don’t fail to try them out. I’m sure they will fill up the void pretty well.
Video: Make iPhone Speakers Sound Louder
That’s all there is to it!
Over to you
What sort of music you enjoy listening and which is your favorite music-streaming app? Do shoot up your thoughts in the comments below.
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