My iPhone X ringer volume had gone too low for incoming calls. I tried increasing the volume level and even reset the smartphone but in vain. The weird behavior of the ringer volume continued to play hide and seek with me until I had an interface with this well-known feature – “Attention Aware.”

Powered by the TrueDepth camera, Attention Aware automatically lowers your iPhone X volume when you are looking at your device. And, when you aren’t paying attention to your smartphone, it increases the volume to alert you. Besides, it also dims the display of your device when you aren’t looking at it. More after the jump:

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Practically, it’s a well thought out feature and intelligently designed to fit your needs. Moreover, it also prevents the unnecessary battery consumption.

What if you find this feature a bit weird, as you want the ringer volume to behave normally? No problem, you can choose to disable Attention Aware on your iPhone X to return to normalcy.

Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iPhone X.

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Launch Settings app on your iPhone X

Step #2. Now, tap on Face ID and enter the Passcode.

Tap on Face ID and Enter Passcode in iPhone X Settings

Step #3. Next, turn off Attention Aware Features.

Toggle off Attention Aware Features in iPhone X Settings

That’s done! From now onwards, your iPhone X ringer volume won’t lower even if you are looking at your smartphone.

If you ever want to get this smart feature back in action again, follow these same steps and turn on the toggle for Attention Aware Features in the end.

That’s done!

Have your say

Luckily, I no longer wonder why the volume alerts of my iPhone behave so abnormally. Though it’s one of the biggest highlights of Apple’s flagship device, some of you might not be aware of it. Let me know what you think of this feature?

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