How to Turn On Hearing Aid on iPhone, iPad: iOS 17.0.2/14/iPadOS 14

Last Updated on Nov 10, 2020

Turn on hearing Aid in iPhone in the latest iOS devices. If you’ve hearing impairment then use Hearing Aids inbuilt feature on your iOS, iPhone or iPad. Many features involved in new iOS which make Apple device user-friendly. A feature Speak Screen is very useful for the blind user, optimize Text Size in iOS than this article can be more helpful to Hearing injury user so those users can easily use his or her iOS device with enjoy.

Do you know what you can do using Hearing Aid in your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch? If No. then read beneath, through Hearing Aid, you can get better and clear phone conversation, FaceTime call audio, as well as Music and Turn by Turn navigation. Moreover, you can hear clear audio which is delivering via your wireless paired iPhone, iPad or iPod touch direct access to your made iOS device. The main benefit is no extra hardware needed.

Just enable or Turn on Hearing Aid in iPhone, iPad or iPad touch and make the pair with any other Bluetooth devices for getting a quick and easy response. Your iPhone can search for automatic other Bluetooth devices. Using this way you can able to manage your paired device. Easily access and control Just need triple click on Home button of your iOS devices, as well you can also change left and right side volume.

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Turn on Hearing Aid Mode on iPhone, iPad: iOS 13

The iPhone will search for nearby MFI Hearing Devices if your iPhone is not connected to such device. There you can enable Hearing Aid Compatibility.

  • Settings app > Accessibility > Hearing Devices > Hearing Aid Compatibility.

    Enable Hearing Aid compatibility on iPhone

    Enable Hearing Aid compatibility on iPhone

Steps for Setting up or Turn ON Hearing Aid in iPhone – iOS 12 or Earlier

For iOS 12/ iOS 11/ iOS 10 Running iPhone – iPad

(Go through the Steps Below for iPhone 5S/iPhone 6/6S, iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPhone 8/8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone X Plus)

2 Find Hearing Aids devices and Enable Hearing Aid Compatibility on iPhone (1)

  1. Go to the “Settings app” on iPhone/iPad or iPod Touch.
  2. Next Tap on “General” and “Accessibility“.
  • Find and Tap on “MFi Hearing Devices“. Here your Device will search compatible Hearing Aids nearby you.
  • You also Enable, “Hearing Aid Compatibility” under Accessibility.

For iOS 8 on iPhone, iPad

  • Step 1. Launch, Settings App on your iPhone
  • Step 2. Now, Tap on Generalenable or Turn on hearing Aid in iPhone, iPad
  • Step 3. Tap On Accessibility
  • Step 4. Tap On Hearing Aids
  •  Step 5. Turn Hearing Aid Mode On


do Toggled Turn on of hearing Aid mode in you iPhone

Hear, in the screen you can see Hearing Aid Mode Toggled is off, so do turn On it like green button. That’s it. Give us your replay in the comment how to help you this tip on, enable/ Turn on Hearing Aid in iPhone or iPad.

If your iPhone or iPad has already turn hearing mode and you’re want to turn off or disable it then follow beneath given steps to do it quick and easy. How to Turn Off or disable hearing Aid mode in iPhone, iPad.

  • Settings >> General >> Accessibility >> Hearing Aids >> Turn Hearing Aid Mode Off

List of Compatible devices with hearing Aid

However, if you belong to physically challenged people, then you should consider buying this compatible device with Hearing Aid. It will make easier for you to use the iPhone along with Hearing Aid device.

devices list these all are compatible for hearing Aid mode with iOS 8

Would you like something innovative for your Apple OS device iPhone X Plus, iPhone 8/8 Plus, iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPhone 5S, iPhone 9 kindly keep in connected daily to get new tips with device Screen.

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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: [OR]

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