Enhance your iPhone experience by changing these 5 iOS settings
From last year’s iPhone 13 to the value-packed iPhone SE, to the still-good iPhone 11, there are a lot of Apple phones on the market. But one thing that all of these iPhones have in common is that they can run iOS 15, Apple’s most recent mobile software. Keep an eye out for 15.4, which is being worked on and could show up at the Apple event on March 8.
If your iPhone is running iOS 15, you might want to start using some of the most popular features right away, such as SharePlay in FaceTime or text recognition in your camera, as soon as you can. But it’s also important to pay attention to the settings, because there are a lot of things you should think about changing, such as the brightness.
Below, we’ll take you through the steps to configure 5 settings that could make your iPhone even better.
Number 1. Switch back to the full-screen call alert
While using your iPhone while it is unlocked and unlocked, the incoming call screen would take up the full display, which was fixed with the iOS 14 upgrade last year. It was disruptive, to be sure, but it was also effective in getting the task done.
Apple, on the other hand, modified the appearance of the incoming call prompt starting with iOS 14. It now looks more like a standard alert. When you’re using your phone, a little notification will appear towards the top of the screen to remind you to do something. It has happened to us on more than one occasion that we have come close to missing a phone call because we ignored the alert as yet another unpleasant notification that did not require immediate attention.
So, if you want to revert to the older full-screen alert screen, simply follow these steps –
Settings > Phone > Incoming Calls and tap Full Screen.