How To Set Soothing Background Sound In iPhone 13.

GadgetsiPhonesHow To Set Soothing Background Sound In iPhone 13.

In this guide, we have explained the soothing background sound feature in iPhone 13.

The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini, which were unveiled on September 14, 2021, are Apple’s most recent flagship iPhones at the less expensive end of the spectrum and are available alongside the more expensive iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. For people who don’t want advanced photography functions, the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini are the best options.

The 6.1-inch iPhone 13 replaces the iPhone 12 and the 5.4-inch iPhone 13 mini replaces the iPhone 12 tiny. With flat sides, an aerospace-grade aluminium enclosure, a glass back, and a tiny increase in thickness, both of the new iPhone 13 models are almost identical in appearance to the iPhone 12 models (7.65mm). Pink, Blue, Midnight (black), Starlight (silver/gold), (PRODUCT)RED, and Green are the available colours for the iPhone 13 models.

XDR Super Retina Both of the most recent models have displays that are 28% brighter. In comparison to the iPhone 13, which has a resolution of 2532×1170 and a pixel density of 460, the iPhone 13 tiny has a resolution of 2340×1080 and a pixel density of 476 pixels per inch. A maximum brightness of 1200 nits for HDR, True Tone to adjust the display’s colour temperature to ambient light, Wide Color for vivid, rich colours, and Haptic Touch for feedback are all features shared by both iPhone models.

Background Sounds

One of the many practical native features included in iOS 15 are background sounds. There are six various background sounds available, including ocean, rain, stream, bright, dark, or balanced noise. Some people enjoy constant background noise to aid in relaxation, better sleep, and increased focus. This function is offered by numerous apps and services.

So, if you own an iPhone, you won’t need to download any third-party apps because the gadget comes with built-in background sound functionality. Users can adjust the level, play a preset background sound indefinitely, and other features thanks to this.

The capability is located in the iPhone and iPad’s Accessibility settings rather than having its own app. Although Siri commands cannot be used with the feature, you can use the Control Center to quickly access it or create an Accessibility shortcut for background noises.

Additionally, you have the choice of enabling other media to play or disabling background noise.

Going to the accessibility settings to turn on this feature is a little inconvenient. In contrast, it is a far better choice than purchasing a subscription to third-party software or downloading it for free.

A popular option is to mix music and other media with the new iPhone background sounds in iOS 15 to create a more immersive experience.

Creating background music

The new Background Sounds function is located under the iOS/iPadOS Accessibility menu. To turn on:

soothing background sound

  1. On the Home screen, tap the Settings application.
  2. Select Accessibility by scrolling down.
  3. Select Audio/Visual as you descend the page.
  4. Toggle the background sounds.
  5. Turn on background music.
  6. Select Sound.
  7. Pick a sound from the available options. The options include Ocean, Rain, Stream, Bright Noise, Dark Noise, and Balanced Noise. The first time it is select, the sound downloads to your device.
  8. After making your choice, tap Back.
  9. Use the slider to adjust the ** Volume** as necessary. Thats how you set soothing background sound.

Making use of other media

So, Even while other audio is playing, the designated Background Sound can continue to play. On the same page with background sounds:

  1. Activate Use While Media is Playing.
  2. If necessary, adjust the Volume using the slider.
  3. So, Turn off the background sounds’ automatic playback. But, when the device is locked by selecting Stop Sounds When Locked.

Using Control Center’s Background Sounds

Using Control Center to enable or disable background sounds is the simplest option. To do this, first you must add the Hearing tile to Control Center:

soothing background sound

  1. On the Home screen, tap the Settings application.
  2. Select Control Center by swiping downward.
  3. Under More Controls, choose Hearing by clicking the + in front of it.
  4. Activate Control Center.
  5. On the Hearing tile, tap.
  6. To enable background sounds, choose the Background Sounds option at the bottom of the screen.
  7. Repeat the process to turn off background sounds.

You may control the sound and volume from the same place by enabling Background Sounds.

Thats all about soothing background sound.

Final Thoughts

So, Background sounds helps to concentrate and building focus but you can also do the work more productively. So, Thats all about it !

Harshaurya Kaur
Harshaurya Kaur
Tech enthusiast, content writer but a wanderlust sufferer at heart. A good book along with a cup of coffee is her ideal happy place.
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