How to Set a Song as an iPhone Alarm – iOS 15

Last Updated on Oct 8, 2021

To set an alarm on the iPhone is a little different way than other Smartphone operating systems. So today, I am going to discussing how to set alarm on the iPhone very easily. Some of the beginner’s iOS users haven’t known about to set up alarm time, start timer watch, etc. Since users are going to Google to learn the right trick to set up the perfect time to wake up in the early morning or on his/her important time.

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Okay, lets start steps to set alarm on iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 11, iPhone 8(8 Plus), iPhone 7(7 Plus), iPhone 6S(6S Plus), iPhone 5S/5 iPhone X to a song mean with music.

Easy Steps to Set Alarm on the iPhone to a Song

iOS 14: How to Set Alarm in iPhone 

In iOS 14, the Clock App and its related features are way easier and simple to use. You should learn how to set alarm in the newest iOS 14 iPhone interface.

  1. Launch the Clock app on iOS 14 or later.
  2. Tap on the Alarm tab.
  3. To add a new alarm, tap on the Plus icon on the upper-right corner, or tap on the existing alarm.
  4. Set the time, including AM or PM. Use the number keypad or scroll the number itself.
  5. Lastly, tap Save on the top-right corner.

iOS 14: How to Adjust Wake Up Alarm on iPhone

The Bedtime Settings has moved to the Health App, however, there are still few options available in the Clock app in the name of Sleep|Wake Up, to let you scheduled and achieve the sleep goal. Here is the stepwise guide on how the Wake Up Alarm can be managed in iOS 14.

  1. From the Control Center, tap on the Timer or Stopwatch button to open the Clock app.
  2. Hit the Alarm tab.
  3. Under Sleep | Wake Up, tap on Change next to the alarm.
  4. Drag the slider to meet your sleep goal and complete the setup.

iOS 13 or Earlier: Steps to Set Alarm on the iPhone to a Song

  1. Open the Clock app on the iPhone.
  2. Tap on Alarm Tab, Tap on “+” from the top right corner of the screen.
  3. Set the Alarm with Hour, Minutes, and AM/PM. AM for Night/Morning Alarm and PM for noon or Day alarm.
    • Repeat: Re-enable Alarm for the next days.
    • Sound: Set Alarm Sound for a particular alarm.
  4. Select settings below for add new alarm otherwise select Edit for make changed in existing created alarm.

1 Set Alarm on iphone

Also Useful: Best Clock apps for iPhone.

iOS 9 and Earlier

  • Step 1. Launch Clock app on your iPhone 6S, 6S Plus
  • Step 2. Now you can see four options at the bottom of the screen

World Clock, Alarm, Stopwatch, and Timer

Select Alarm option

  • Step 3. Now touch on ‘+’ icon (you can see it at the right-top side on the screen)
  • Step 4. Set up your wake up time and tap SoundHow to set alarm on iPhone 6 to a song
  • Step 5. Under ‘’Songs’’ tap on ‘’Pick a Song’’
  • Step 6. Touch on songsset alarm on iOS 9 device With Music
  • Step 7. Choose a song and tap on the ‘+ button’ to keep your favorite song as an alarm sound.
  • Step 8. Now make confirm your alarm time setting is okay. If yes then tap on Save (you can see the top-right side on the iPhone screen).How to set alarm on iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch

You’re done.

After successfully set up an Alarm on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod, you’ll see a clock icon on the top status bar on the iPhone. Now, the next time you turn that alarm app, it will wake up you with whatever Music you selected. Furthermore, any-time you want to use that same song or music for a different time as an alarm sound, though it’ll stay in the list of songs that is currently in use as an alarm so you don’t have to go digging through your entire music library.

If you’re heavy sleepers and you don’t hear the alarm clock sound then you must try these best iPhone alarm apps for heavy sleepers for iPad, iPod Touch.

jaysukh patel

Jaysukh Patel is the founder of howtoisolve. Also self Professional Developer, Techno lover mainly for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and iOS, Jaysukh is one of responsible person in his family. Contact On: [email protected] [OR] [email protected]

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