Get Fix iPhone Alarm Not Working because of too many settings in iPhone alarm or clock apps that we care or check before setting the important alarm, Bedtime reminder settings otherwise you miss too much in life. Experienced lots of people and lost their opportunities in all the days. Let’s see how to overcome repeated issues and Things to keep in the brain for all iOS users.
New iOS 11 has no significant changes Clock app, might be worrying and confusing to find your option and solution of your Alarm issues.
Tidbits: Now Clock app in control center, Add clock app in Control center and customize it.
- iPhone alarm volume not working or Low
- iPhone Alarm No Sound Only Vibrate
- Turn off Vibrate, Turn on Alarm sound only
- Set Custom ringtone, Added song not working
- iPhone Alarm Vibrate not working
- Delete and Add New Alarm
- Add New Alarm
- Alarm Screen black
- Update App to latest Time
- Restart or Reboot the Device
- Reset all the setting
iPhone Alarm Not Working on iOS 11 on iPhone 8, 8 Plus, iPhone X/ 7
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Fix 1: iPhone alarm volume not working or too low
Have you experienced quite a low sound quality and ringing on the Wakeup alarm? Let’s see how to increase it and change Alarm sound.
Increase ringer volume level, from home screen
Or Unmute from Size Mute/Unmute Switch button.
Close or quite all music apps and try to increase ringer volume, using Side volume up button and alternatively, you can enhance using the soundbar in control center.
Fix 2: iPhone Alarm No Sound Only Vibrate
Set any Default Alarm sound from clock app settings that we can manage for each alarm individually.
Open the Clock app on the iPhone.
Next, Tap on the Alarm tab from the bottom bar. Then tap on Edit, Next to the Choose alarm time,
Go to Sound and Select prefer the sound. [If you have selected none then obviously alarm will not sound]
Find and Playlist of the alarm sound, and set it.
Fix 3: Turn off Vibrate, Turn on Alarm sound only
Yes, we can turn off Vibrate from Alarm settings, because Vibrate is useless and most of the cases but it’s helpful in some situations like travel in a plane or other silent places.
Open clock App, Alarm on the bottom tab.
Tap on Edit from the top corner of the screen, Tap on Alarm from the list.
Next, Tap on Sound, And First is Vibrate. Go into Vibrate and choose the last option “None”.
Fix 4: Set Custom ringtone, Added song not working
Another cool option for Alarm sound is we can customize Alarm sound. Means songs of your favorite movies and Album from the Tone store.
Tap on Alarm and Edit > Tap on Alarm Time > Sound > Find the option for STORE “Tone Store.”
Fix 5: iPhone Alarm not working only vibrating
Enable Vibrate from iPhone settings, Go to the Settings > General > Accessibility > Vibration.
Vibration > Enable Vibrate.
Fix 6: Delete and Add New Alarm
See the list of saved Alarms in clock app > Alarm.
Fix 7: Add New Alarm
To add the new alarm, Tap on (+) sign at the top right corner of the clock app
Fix 8: Screen black
Some iOS users demanding the Clock app look and feel. The default UI color of the clock app is black that we can’t customize it. Because we can easily access and view at night.
Fix 9: Update the latest time
Set Date and Time zone automatically or verify. The alarm does not wake up at the correct time.
Go to the Settings > General > Date & Time.
Fix 10: Restart or Reboot the Device
To Restart: Press and Hold the sleep-wake button until you see the slide to turn off.
To Force Restart: Press and Hold Sleep-Wake button + Volume down button until you see the Apple logo on screen (iPhone 7/7 Plus). And iPhone 6S and Earlier mode (Power button + Home button). or Get Hard Reboot iPhone X, and iPhone 8 & iPhone 8 Plus guide.
Fix 11: Reset all the settings
Go to the Settings app on the iPhone.
Next, Tap on General and Scroll to below “Reset”
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Tap on Reset all Settings.
I hope you understand and fix your all issues related to the iPhone alarm not working/Alarm Clock app, Alarm stopped working on your iPhone, iPad.