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iPhone: trick to activate the flashlight when there are notifications or a call

iPhone: trick to activate the flashlight when there are notifications or a call
Flashlight on an iPhone when a notification is received. (photo: iTopnews)

The flash is the element in cell phone that allows to take a better photograph in the absence of light or even for those who use it as a flashlight in the dark. But, that is not the only thing that can be done with this function, and even more so if the user has a iphone of Manzana.

These smart phones They also allow you to configure it so that the flashlight turns on automatically when a message or a notice of call. TechMarkup explains it in detail in this article.

According to information shared by Apple’s support website, this feature of iPhone mobile phones is designed with hearing impaired people in mind. Also, most of the users widely use the above-mentioned recovery tool. iOS when they don’t want to keep the noise in certain places, but they do want to know if they have received a notification with the lighting of the flash.

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How to activate the iPhone flash for notifications or incoming calls

1. Enter the Setting or the settings on iPhone (can be found with a gear icon).

2. Here you have to go to the option Accessibility.

3. Press the option Audio/Visuals.

3. In this section, press the option Alert with LED light.

4. Finally, activate the button Alert with LED light.

Done, now all you have to do is ask a friend or family member to call, text, or email to verify your settings. Conversely, if you no longer want the flash to fire, you just need to go back to the option Alert with LED light and turn off notifications for the flash.

Trick so that the flashlight turns on every time a notification arrives or a call enters.  (photo: Composition/Jose Arana)
Trick so that the flashlight turns on every time a notification arrives or a call enters. (photo: Composition/Jose Arana)

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How to turn off iPhone notification flash

Disabling notification flash on iPhone can also help a lot. Because you know how annoying it can be when the light comes on every time a notification is received. So if you are tired of it, it can also be disabled.

Also, if you use the phone very frequently (at work, study, leisure, etc.), the notification flash may reduce battery life of the iPhone during the day. To deactivate the iPhone SE notification flash you will have to repeat, in part, the same steps. Just have to:

1. Enter Setting.

2. Press on Accessibility.

3. Click on audio/visual.

3. Disable option Alert with LED light.

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Flash on an iPhone.  (photo: Harapan)
Flash on an iPhone. (photo: Harapan)

Another iPhone Trick: Using the Apple Logo as a Button

The iPhone contains many tools or tricks that can make life easier for anyone. Another option allows you to use the apple logo (on the back of the iPhone) as if it were a button. What does this mean? That just by pressing the Apple icon you can, for example, open the camera or go to the home page, or whatever you want among 13 more options. For this to happen, the following steps must be followed:

1. Enter the section of Accessibility which is in the menu settings.

2. Then you have to go to the option Play.

3. Go to the bottom of the options and tap on Back touch.

4. Enter the option knock three times and there choose what you want to happen when the user touches the back of the cell phone three times. You could, for example, choose to have the iPhone go to the iPhone home screen when you do this.

Using the apple apple logo, on the back of an iPhone, as a button.  (photo: Composition/Jose Arana)
Using the apple apple logo, on the back of an iPhone, as a button. (photo: Composition/Jose Arana)

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