In this tutorial, we will guide you on how to turn off the flashing light on your iPhone. This feature, known as LED Flash for Alerts, is designed to provide a visual notification when you receive a call or message.
However, it can be distracting or annoying for some users. To disable this feature, follow the steps below.
Step 1: Access the Settings
To begin, unlock your iPhone and locate the Settings app. The Settings app is represented by a gear icon and is typically found on your home screen.
Tap on it to open.
Step 2: Navigate to Accessibility Settings
Once in the Settings app, scroll down and tap on “Accessibility”. This section contains various options to customize your iPhone’s accessibility features.
Step 3: Find LED Flash for Alerts
Within the Accessibility settings, scroll down again until you find “Audio/Visual” under the “Hearing” category. Tap on it to access additional audio and visual settings.
Step 4: Disable LED Flash for Alerts
Under the “Hearing” section, you will see an option called “LED Flash for Alerts”. By default, this option is turned on.
To turn it off, simply toggle the switch to the left. The switch will change from green (on) to gray (off).
Disabling LED Flash for Alerts means you will no longer receive visual notifications through your iPhone’s camera flash. However, you will still receive audio and vibration alerts for incoming calls and messages.
Flashing lights can be distracting or bothersome to some users. If you find that the LED Flash for Alerts feature on your iPhone is causing inconvenience, turning it off is a simple process.
Just access the Accessibility settings, locate “LED Flash for Alerts”, and toggle the switch to disable the feature. With these steps, you can now enjoy a less intrusive notification experience on your iPhone.