Join , subscribers and get a daily digest of news, geek trivia, and our feature articles. While there is, unfortunately, no option to set up your own EQ configuration, Apple provides many different presets. Whether you want to get an added bass boost or you want to hear the vocals of your favorite song a little more clearly, there should be an EQ for every taste. Here you will see a list of presets, all of which make your music sound slightly different depending on the settings Apple used when creating them. To select an EQ, tap it. On iOS Songs from Apple Music and music loaded or purchased via iTunes is good, but Spotify, Tidal and other services are not. The Best Tech Newsletter Anywhere.
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Most iPhone models released in the past few years have good onboard speakers and are loud enough to watch a movie, play games on, or listen to music with. Sometimes, however, you wish the sound was just a little louder. Here are six simple hacks that can make your iPhone speaker sound louder without investing in Bluetooth speakers or expensive headphones. Select Late Night because it actually tones down loud sounds and turns up quiet ones, which makes music sound louder.
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Subscriber Account active since. The bassline. It's the heartbeat of a song, the driving force behind the melody — it's what really gives a piece of music its "oomph. So if you're looking to optimize your music-listening experience, you may want to increase your iPhone's bass output. When you set your iPhone's EQ to "Bass Booster," you'll increase the bass output of any song your iPhone's Music app plays, whether it's through the phone's speakers or through headphones. Before anything, turn on some music from the Music app and listen to it as you usually do, so you can hear the sound changing in real time and decide if you like it.
As a business owner, you may use your iPhone's Music app as a backdrop for presentations or to set the right mood in your retail space. The Settings app has controls to adjust and balance the iPhone's sound, including an equalizer and a loudness limiter. These help you fine-tune the music's tonal balance and prevent the iPhone from playing too loud. You can set the loudness limit for your iPhone and lock it with a code, preventing unauthorized users from overriding it. These controls take just a few minutes to set.