There is no notification light on the iPhone but Apple lets you use your phone’s camera LED light as a notification light. Whenever there’s a new notification on your iPhone, an LED flashlight will blink to notify you about the incoming notification. This feature is primarily designed for the deaf and hearing-impaired but anyone can enable it to get visual alerts. In this article, I will explain how you can set up flashlight notifications on your iPhone.
Set Up Flash Light Notifications on iPhone
To set up flashlight notifications on your iPhone, follow these steps.
Open Settings App and tap Accessibility. Now scroll down and tap Audio/Visual. Toggle on the LED Flash for Alerts. This enables a LED notification light for all alerts.
If you want LED notifications only if your iPhone is on silent mode, enable Flash on Silent toggle. Disable it if you want flashlight notifications for all notifications.
You can follow the same steps to disable when you no longer want flashlight notifications.
Now you know how to enable LED flashlight notifications. If you want visual notifications on your iPhone, enable it. If you just want a flashlight notification when the phone is on silent, use the toggle to enable Flash on Silent.
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