How to Enable LED Flash for alerts on iOS Devices?

How to Enable LED Flash for alerts on iOS Devices

In this article, I am going to show you how to enable LED flash for alerts on iOS devices. when you enable LED Flash for any alerts on your iDevice, that which itself is an accessibility feature. So Accessibility options are what allow the iOS devices to be used by those who can’t see or can’t hear or can’t touch. It’s what lets the device be friendlier to those with vertigo or motion sickness, asperges or autism. like much other accessibility feature LED flash is also a feature that helps us to never miss a notification alert.

When you enable LED Flash for alerts on iOS Devices then whenever you get a notification including messages, Games notification, Facebook alerts, apps alerts, calendar, game center, Reminders and other alerts then your device will Flash twice to get your attention and notify you very well.

Enable Led Flash For alerts on iOS Devices

Note: You can do it on iOS Device that has flashlight or LED flash.

Step #1. Go to Settings Then tap on General.

How to Enable LED Flash for alerts on iOS Devices?

Settings – General

Step #2. Tap on accessibility.

How to Enable LED Flash for alerts on iOS Devices?

Accessibility

Step #3. Now scroll down to Hearing section then toggle the LED Flash for Alerts Option to the right to turn it on and enable LED flash for alerts on iOS Device.

How to Enable LED Flash for alerts on iOS Devices?

Enable LED Flash for Alerts

Step #4. To disable the LED Flash for alerts repeat the same process and toggle the LED Flash For alerts option to the left and disable LED Flash for alerts on iOS Devices.

How to Enable LED Flash for alerts on iOS Devices?

Disable LED Flash for Alerts

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