Turn On iPhone LED for Notification Alerts.
Unlike some Androids, Apple’s iPhone does not have a notification LED that constantly flashes when you receive a call, text, or other information. An accessibility feature included in iPhones is an optional device that provides visual cues for incoming notifications by blinking the camera flash on the rear camera.
Use iPhone LED for Notification Alerts.
One aspect where iPhones excel over Androids is Accessibility. Apple has built in many accessibility features for physically impaired users.
LED notification alerts, one of which is for all users, are a great addition. It flashes the camera flashlight while it rings a call or receives a message. Following these steps, you will be able to activate it within seconds.
Use iPhone LED for Notification Alerts
- Step 1: Go to Settings on your phone to get started.
- Step 2: Then tap Accessibility.
- Step 3: Turn on Flashing LED Alerts with the toggle switch.
- Step 4: When your iPhone and iPad pro are in silent mode, you will only receive LED flash alerts.
You’ll now receive a notification when you receive a call or a message on your iPhone when it’s facing down. The same steps work on iPad Pro. Note that the LED Flash for Alerts feature is only available on iPad Pro 2016 or later models, but it can be used in conjunction with all iPhones with a rear flash.