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Did you transfer a video file from your iPhone to an Android phone, but it doesn’t play on the Android phone? Sometimes, it also happens that the iPhone video stutters on the Android phone or plays with a significant lag. Other times, when you watch a video on an Android phone that was shot with an iPhone, you only hear the sound but don’t see any video as the media player screen is black.

If you’re facing any of the above problems, let me tell you why this happens and how to fix it.

Why can’t some Android phones play iPhone videos?

Out of the box, your iPhone captures photos and videos in HEIF/HEVC format. Now, all recent Android smartphones support this format. So, if an Android phone doesn’t play an iPhone video, it’s mostly due to the resolution of the video, frame rate (frames per second – fps), and the inability of the Android phone’s native Gallery or File Explorer app causing it to struggle with large video files.

How to know if an iPhone video is 4K or 1080p?

1) Open the iOS Photos app and go to that video.

2) Swipe up on the screen to see the file information:

If it’s a 4K video, you will see 4K – 2160 x 3840.

For 1080p video, you will see 1080p – 1080 x 1920.

And for 720p videos, it will say 720p – 720 x 1280.

3) Besides the resolution, you can also see the frame rate (60 fps, 30 fps, 24 fps, etc.), video file size, and codec (HEVC, H.264).

Make Android phones play videos taken on iPhone

1. Check if the full video file has transferred or not

Since Apple’s AirDrop and Android’s Nearby Share don’t work cross-platform, there is no native way to share video files between iPhone and Android. But you can use other easy methods to move the files, like Android File Transfer, OpenMTP, AirDroid, etc.

Once the video is sent to the Android phone, make sure the full file has been transferred. Sometimes, the video file may be partially transferred, resulting in a corrupt unplayable file.

The easiest way to check this is by seeing the video file details in the Files app, Gallery app, or the File Explorer app of your Android phone and noting the file size. Next, open the Photos app on your iPhone, go to that video, and swipe up to see the file size. If the size on the Android phone and iPhone are the same (ignore the difference if it’s less than ~0.5 MB), that means the full video has been transferred successfully. If not, transfer the file over again.

2. Use VLC player on Android

The iOS Photos app is your default, standard destination for viewing pictures and watching recorded videos on all iPhones. The same isn’t true for Android phones, as different manufacturers set their own gallery or file management apps as the default for photos & videos.

Now, if the iPhone video doesn’t play in the built-in media player or gallery app on your Android phone, get the evergreen VLC Media Player from the Google Play Store.

Once VLC is downloaded, launch it and allow it to access your media files. Now, open the iPhone video here, and in many cases, VLC should be able to play the unplayable video successfully. If not, please move to the remaining solutions.

3. Restart your Android phone

Turn off your Android phone and turn it back on after a minute. Once that’s done, see if it can play iPhone videos.

4. Convert the iPhone video before sending it to Android

Now, we come to the most effective solution that worked for me. It is slightly time-consuming, but I can almost guarantee it will work for you as well.

So, if the videos you took on your iPhone aren’t playing on an Android phone, convert them to a lower resolution, decrease their frame rate, or reduce the file size before transferring them. After that, they will likely play on the Android phone.

Use the Compress Videos & Resize Video app

iDB developed this simple app that is fantastic at compressing your videos, resizing them, changing the frame rate (fps), and reducing the video file size.

Follow these steps to make your iPhone videos playable on an Android phone:

Download the Compress Videos & Resize Video app for free on your iPhone or iPad.

Open the app and Select Videos to Compress. Now, choose the 4K 60 fps video file (or any other video of any resolution) that doesn’t play on the Android phone.

Use the Frame Rate slider to lower it to 30 or 24.

For the best video quality, you can keep the video dimensions to their original numbers. However, if it still doesn’t play, you can lower it.

Finally, tap Compress. The app will convert the video and automatically save it to your iPhone’s Photos app. Optionally, you may delete the original video file.

Now transfer the converted video to your Android phone, and it will play like a charm there.

Use an iOS shortcut

The Compress video app is the easiest way to convert iPhone videos and make them compatible with your Android phone. Besides the app, if you’re comfortable with iOS shortcuts, I have built a simple shortcut that will convert your 4K videos to 1080p and make them playable on Android. Here’s how to use it:

Add Convert Video To 1080p shortcut to your iPhone or iPad.

Tap the shortcut tile and pick a 4K video. The shortcut will convert it to 1080p and save it to the Photos app. (left image below)

You can also open the 4K video inside your iPhone Photos app, tap the share button and choose Convert Video To 1080p from the Share Sheet. The shortcut will work its magic and save the converted file (right image below).

Now, send this converted video to the Android phone to watch it there.

Finally, if you have a Mac, QuickTime can easily convert large 4K video files to 1080p. Check out this guide that shows you five ways to reduce video size on Mac and iOS.

Set your iPhone to record videos in a lower resolution

So, I hope by now you know why some videos taken on your iPhone cannot play on an Android phone.

If you frequently transfer videos from your iPhone to your or family members’ Android phones, I recommend setting your iPhone to record video at 1080p or 4K 24/30 fps. This will make them compatible with almost all Android phones by default, and you won’t have to go through the process of converting videos before they can be watched on Android. Here’s how to do that:

Open iPhone Settings and tap Camera.

Tap Record Video and choose 1080p HD at 60 or 30 fps.

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How To Send Videos On Discord (Iphone, Android, Pc, Mac)

Discord is the online place to be for every gamer. With Discord, you can chat with your friends, converse with them in real-time, and even send videos of gameplay highlights. After all, who doesn’t want to brag about a Penta-kill or a team wipe now and then? 

Uploading videos on Discord isn’t very complicated. You can install the Discord app and use your desktop and mobile devices to upload videos. Furthermore, operating systems, such as Windows and Mac for PC and Android and iOS for smartphones, can be used to share videos via Discord. 

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Essential Things to Remember Before Sending Videos on Discord

Before sending a video file over Discord, check to see if the file adheres to the following parameters:

Discord allows users to upload video files that are 8 MB or smaller. This limitation applies to both direct messages or a chat channel.  

If you want to send larger files, you may subscribe to Discord Nitro which allows uploading videos up to 50 MB. 

Discord only supports the following video file types – .mov, .mp4, .gif, and .webm. 

If the video file is just a few kilobytes or megabytes above the 8 MB threshold, consider using a video resizer tool like VideoSmaller. 

How to Send Videos on Discord  in Windows 

Select the chat thread of the person you want to message. 

How to Send Videos on Discord in Mac How to Send Videos on Discord in Android

Tap the Discord app on your Android device. 

Tap the channel or chat where you want to send the video. You can either use a direct message or upload it into a channel for every member to see. 

If you want to send it to someone via a direct message, tap the icon on the top right of the page depicted by two overlapping people. Then, tap the person’s name. Next, tap Message. 

If you want to upload the video on a chat channel, tap the hamburger menu (three horizontal lines) located at the top-left of the screen. Next, tap the Discord server which hosts the channel. Then, tap the specific channel in the list. 

3. Tap the image icon on the left side of the text box. If it’s your first time sending a picture or video using Discord, it will ask for full access to images and other similar media on your smartphone. 

4. Tap the image icon to browse your tablet or smartphone’s gallery. Navigate to the video file you want to upload. 

5. Tap the video file that you want to upload. Finally, tap the Send button (the blue circle icon with a paper airplane in the center).

How to Send Videos on Discord on iPhone

1. Tap the Discord app on your Apple device. 

2. If you want to send the video via direct message, tap the message icon on the top left of the screen. Next, find the person you wish to message and tap their name. 

Then, tap the image icon. It will show a list of videos on your phone, and you have to select one before tapping the Send icon. 

If you want to send the video on a text channel, tap the Server’s icon in your Discord control panel. 

Select the text channel where you want to send the video. 

Tap the image icon, select the video from the list, and tap Send icon. 

Share Video Files on Discord Larger than 8 MB

1. Open your favorite browser using a desktop or mobile device. 

7. Wait for the video to upload. You can also change the name of the video by typing in the Give your post a title text box. 

9. Open or head back to Discord and paste the link on the text box of the chat. You can do this for both direct messages or in a server channel. It will then play the uploaded video file. 

Photo Stream Not Working On Iphone Or Ipad: How To Fix It

One feature that made a ton of difference to how you shared photos from within the Photos app on your iPhone was Photo Stream. It came about at a time when Facebook and Instagram were at the peak of their photo-sharing features, and Apple made it simple and easy for iOS users to share their photos with other iOS and macOS users.

Photo Stream is a cool idea and a cool feature. I wouldn’t call it a flawed execution at all because every feature that Apple brings in comes with its own set of problems: iCloud, FaceTime, iMessage, and of course, Photo Stream.

How to Fix “My Photo Stream Not Working” on iPhone and iPad

Sometimes photos you added to a stream on your iPhone don’t sync and show up on the iPad

At times, Photo Stream doesn’t even recognize that you’ve taken photos (and so doesn’t add them to the stream library)

Or at other times, Photo Stream just doesn’t work. WiFi issues notwithstanding, Photos aren’t added to your Mac/PC when you add them to the Photo Stream library on your iDevice

We’ll take a look at how you can fix the Photo Stream not working issue. Remember, this is a broad solution channel, and you might have to try them all before Photo Stream gets fixed.

Solution #1. 20% Battery Rule

One of the first things you’ll notice on FAQs on Apple (for Photo Stream) is this rule: you’ll need to have more than 20% battery for Photo Stream to work. This means… well, you know what this means. Charge up your iPhone before you even think about Photo Stream. Make sure there’s enough battery and a good, solid Wi-fi network (or LTE, but WiFi is preferred always).

Solution #2. Read-only Permissions

Did you change the default folder for Photo Stream in Windows (via iCloud Control Panel)? Well, that’s going to be a problem.

If you change the folder to someplace else, do this:

Read-only permissions can be a pain, especially in Windows. And since Apple uses an external service to modify the content of your Photo Stream, you’ll definitely need to make sure it’s not read-only.

Solution #3. Close Camera App

If you don’t close your camera app, you’re going to have a bad time with Photo Stream sync.

Photo Stream is made to work that way: it’s only when you close the camera that the photos automatically get synced to the Photo Stream and then finally to all your iDevices. No, this doesn’t mean you press the home button after using the camera, and then you run to check the Photo Stream on your iPad.

It means you double-press the home button, and swipe-up the camera app to close it. Whoosh! Your photos should be up there on the Photo Stream. Give it a few minutes, and they should be on all connected devices.

Solution #4. Enable Photo Stream Under Settings, iCloud

Oh, this is such a plain thing. But then, it’s probably not.

Photo Stream needs to be enabled at two (minimum) places in your iDevice.

(a) iCloud

Go to Settings

Tap on Your Name at the top of the list

Tap on iCloud → Photos

Make sure it’s ON

For good measure, enable Shared Photo Streams too

(b) Settings

Go to Settings

Scroll down and tap on Photos

Turn ON “My Photo Stream” if it isn’t already

Turn on “Shared Albums” too for good measure (believe me, this is what triggered the Photo Stream for me although I do entirely doubt the link between this and Photo Stream sync)

Solution #5. Reboot and Reconnect to Wi-Fi

The plain old method is to just reboot the phone.

Or give it a hard reset.

Also, disconnect from Wi-fi from devices where the Photo Stream isn’t synced and then re-connect. For good measure, do the ‘forget network’ routine and re-add the network.

Alright and all done, buddy, but the whole thing still doesn’t work. What to do then?

Signing off

Of course, restore is not an option if it’s just Photo Stream that ain’t working. I’ll give the “are you kidding me?” look if someone tells me I’ll have to restore my iPhone just because Photo Stream doesn’t work for a while. I’ll just do the ON-OFF toggle and then delete/create albums in Photo Stream till it resumes normal functioning, then restore my iPhone.

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How To Share Photos And Videos From Camera To Shared Library On Iphone

iOS 16 introduces a neat little way to share pictures and videos with your friends and family using iCloud Shared Photo Library. When you use this feature, you and other participants can host pictures from a specific date or those with specific people inside a Shared Library where everyone can view, add, and edit content in one place. 

While you can transfer any of your existing pictures and videos to the Shared Library, Apple also makes this experience easier by allowing you to transfer pictures you capture directly from the Camera app to the Shared Library. In this post, we’ll help you enable this option for your iOS Camera app and explain how you can capture pictures and videos directly to the Shared Library on iOS 16. 

How to enable Shared Library for iOS Camera

Required version: iOS 16 update

In order to share pictures to Shared Library directly from your camera, you need to set up Shared Library first on your iPhone (on iOS 16) and then have Sharing from Camera option enabled inside your Shared Library. If you don’t enable this feature inside your iPhone settings, the Shared Library option won’t show up inside the Camera app.

To enable Sharing from Camera, open the Settings app. 

Inside Settings, select Photos. 

On the next screen, tap on Shared Library under “Library”. 

With Shared Library already turned on, tap on Sharing from Camera from the Shared Library screen. 

On the next screen, turn on the Sharing from Camera toggle at the top.

When you enable this, you’ll get additional options to configure this feature. To ensure you only share pictures to the Shared Library on your own from the Camera app, select Share Manually. If you choose Share Automatically, iOS will add the pictures you capture from the Camera automatically whenever it detects you’re with the chosen participants via Bluetooth. 

Once you’ve configured the Sharing from Camera option, you can proceed to the next section to capture photos and send them to the Shared Library. 

How to share photos and videos to Shared Library directly from Camera

To save photos from your camera to shared library, all you need to do is enable the sharing within camera settings on your iPhone. Here’s how to do it.

Open the Camera app on your iPhone.

Inside the Camera app, tap on the multi-user icon (struck diagonally to indicate that it’s disabled for now) at the top left corner. This will enable the Shared Library mode in the camera app.

Once enabled, the icon will have a yellow background, meaning it is turned on. You will also see the “Shared Library” banner at the top that tells you that any pictures and videos you capture now will be sent saved in the Shared Library, too.  

That’s all. With the Shared Library mode enabled, you can start capturing pictures by tapping on the Shutter button as they will be saved with your shared libraries as applicable.

This will also work when recording videos, slow-mo shots, portraits, and panorama pictures. 

How to turn off Shared Library when taking pictures

If you’ve been taking pictures to the Shared Library from Camera, you can stop sending your captured content to the Shared Library at any time.

To turn off Shared Library mode inside Camera, open the Camera app on iOS. 

When the Camera opens, tap on the multi-user icon at the top left corner. 

This will unhighlight this icon and you’ll see a “Personal Library” banner at the top of the screen. 

All pictures and videos you capture now will be saved to your Personal Library inside Photos and won’t be shared automatically with participants in your Shared Library. 

How to view photos and videos in Shared Library

You can see what photos and videos you have shared with participants in your Shared Library from the Photos app. To check what has been shared until now, launch the Photos app on your iPhone. 

Inside Photos, tap on the 3-dots icon at the top right corner. If you’re currently in your Personal Library, you’ll need to tap on the single-user icon instead. 

In the overflow menu that appears, select Shared Library. 

You’ll now see all the pictures you have shared with others in the Shared Library. You’ll also see the Shared Library icon at the top right corner instead of the 3-dots icon.

That’s all you need to know about capturing photos to Shared Library from Camera on iOS 16. 

7 Ways To Fix Autocorrect Not Working On Iphone Or Ipad

When messaging anyone on your iPhone, the best way to type out the words is by utilizing the Auto-Correction and predictive text features. Auto-Correction uses the dictionary on your iPhone to check for spellings you type and corrects them if anything goes wrong.

But what if it doesn’t work as intended or stops working entirely? You need not worry about it; I’ll show you a few ways you can fix autocorrect when it stops working on your iPhone.

Whatever the reason, the first solution to fix the auto-correct issue is to restart your iPhone. In case you need some assistance, here’s our guide to restarting your iPhone. If this doesn’t fix your issues, follow these troubleshooting tips.

1. Enable Auto-Correction from iPhone’s settings

There’s also a possibility that you might have turned it off when your iPhone autocorrected your texts often. The best way to start the troubleshooting process is by disabling and enabling the autocorrect feature from your iPhone settings. Here’s how to do it on your iPhone.

Open Settings on your iPhone.

Select General, and then Keyboard.

Turn off the toggle next to Auto-Correction and then turn it on again.

Enable Check Spelling and Predictive options in Keyboard settings

Using a dictionary, spell check corrects misspelled words on your iPhone. On the other hand, predictive text recommends words based on your daily typing patterns. You’ll have to type a few words, and predictive text will use AI to suggest a few words that can complete the sentence. If it’s turned off, here’s how you can turn it back on.

Go to Settings on your iPhone.

Select General → Keyboard options.

Turn on the toggles next to the Check Spelling and Predictive options.

2. Add or remove Text Replacement shortcuts on iPhone

Text replacement shortcuts allow you to expand any random word with the word, phrase, or sentence you set. There’s a chance you might be seeing random text popping up when you type something.

Head over to Settings on your iPhone.

Tap General, and then Keyboard.

Select the Text Replacement option.

Swipe left and hit “delete” on the text you want to delete.

Similarly, you can add a text replacement shortcut to ease your typing when you keep typing a word repeatedly. Select the “+” button on the top right of the Text Replacement settings, add a phrase you want to expand, and then the shortcut. Now, whenever you type the shortcut, it’ll get replaced by the phrase you have set.

3. Add a new keyboard for another supported language

Apple doesn’t support all languages when it comes to using Auto-Correction. So you might not get Auto-Correction if you use a language besides the one from Apple’s official list of supported languages.

For instance, if you use a language like Korean or Tibetan, you’re out of luck; if you use Telugu or Gujarati, then Auto-Correction will work on your iPhone. Nevertheless, here’s how you can switch to a supported language on your iPhone.

Open Settings and go to General.

Select Keyboard → Keyboards.

Tap the Add New Keyboard… option.

Choose a language that supports autocorrect.

4. Reset Keyboard Dictionary on iPhone

Over time, iPhone learns a lot about your typing habits and thus enabling users to type faster using the predictive text feature. However, it might sometimes even remember incorrect spellings you wouldn’t want to use. The best way to eliminate those words is by resetting your iPhone’s keyboard dictionary. Follow these steps to know how you can do that on your iPhone.

Go to your iPhone’s Settings → General.

Scroll down and select Transfer or Reset iPhone.

Select Reset, and then Reset Keyboard Dictionary. Enter your passcode if prompted.

Tap Reset Dictionary to confirm it.

There are chances that the Auto-Correction feature might not function properly on your iPhone or iPad. If you still haven’t updated your iPhone or iPad to the latest iOS version, it’s best to update since it might fix bugs like these. You can do this by going to Settings → General → Software Update and see if there’s a new update for your device. If there’s one, select the Download and Install button.

6. Use a third-party keyboard app

If your issue didn’t fix after this, it’s time to look for third-party keyboard options like Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard or Gboard for your iPhone. If you’re confused about which keyboard to choose, you can check out our list of the best keyboards for your iPhone and iPad.

7. Factory reset your iPhone or iPad

If nothing in this list works for you, the last resort is to reset your iPhone. Check out our guide to resetting your iPhone and iPad to do it. It’ll reset all your iPhone settings, including Auto-Correction.

Wrapping up…

We hope these tips fix Auto-Correction issues on your iPhone or iPad. If it still functions abnormally on your iPhone, you should take it to your nearest Apple service center. If your iPhone is under warranty or Apple Care+, they’ll fix it for free; otherwise, they’ll charge you a small fee.

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How To Use Do Not Disturb On Your Iphone

Smartphones have made it much easier to communicate with people around us throughout the day. Text messages, pings, and social media notifications from various apps keep popping up on our iPhone’s screen throughout the day. While it helps us stay connected with our near and dear ones, sometimes it distracts us and causes us to lose concentration. Even if your iPhone is on mute, the screen still lights up every time a new notification or call comes in. And that’s exactly where the iPhone’s Do Not Disturb focus mode comes in handy. This focus mode silences all the notifications and calls on your iPhone whenever it is turned on — even the screen won’t light up. That said, in this article, we have detailed how to effectively use iPhone’s Do Not Disturb mode to boost your productivity.

Use Do Not Disturb Mode on iPhone (2023)

Before learning how to use the Do Not Disturb Mode, let us first tell you that you won’t lose any app notifications while this focus mode is enabled. You can unlock your iPhone and view all the notifications later on. Further, Do Not Disturb is now linked to Focus mode on your iPhone. And there are two ways to turn it on – you can turn it on manually or set it to turn on automatically. Along with how to enable Do Not Disturb mode on iPhone, we have also explained how you can customize it as per your preferences.

How to Turn on Do Not Disturb Manually on iPhone

Go through the following steps to turn on Do Not Disturb mode on your iPhone manually:

1. Unlock your iPhone and swipe down from the top right corner of the screen to pull down the “Control Center.”

4. From the list of options, tap on “Do Not Disturb” to enable it.

That’s it. You have successfully turned on the Do Not Disturb mode on your iPhone. Also, there are numerous tweaks you can make to the Do Not Disturb mode to use it more effectively. We will talk about these in a later section.

How to Set Do Not Disturb Mode to Turn on Automatically

Apart from turning it on manually, iPhone allows you to create a routine to automatically turn the Do Not Disturb mode On and Off. Users can set this focus mode to automatically turn On when going to bed and turn it Off when they wake up by adding a schedule. Here, we have explained how you can do this:

1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone and head to the “Focus” option.

3. Next, scroll down until you reach the “Set A Schedule“ section and tap the “Add Schedule” button.

4. Here, you will see a list of options to choose from such as Time, Location, and App.

5. Tap on the “Time” tab to set a schedule for automating the Do Not Disturb mode. You can set the time duration using the “From” and “To” options, along with the days on which you want this schedule to work.

6. If you want the Do Not Disturb Mode to turn on at a certain location automatically, tap on “Location“ and choose a location by entering an “Address” in the search bar.

Now, whenever the conditions you set here are met, the Do Not Disturb mode will automatically be enabled on your iPhone. That said, let’s look at what other settings you can customize for this focus mode.

Customize Do Not Disturb Mode on Your iPhone

One of the best things about iPhone’s Do Not Disturb mode is that you control and customize it as per your whims. You can enable specific contacts to bypass the Do Not Disturb mode, customize app notifications, and focus filters. Below, we have detailed all the customizations you can do with iPhone’s Do Not Disturb mode.

Customize Notifications from People

To set contacts for whom the Do Not Disturb mode will not apply, follow the below steps

3. Choose the “Silence Notifications From” option to mute all notifications from specific contacts. If you want to receive only calls and no notifications from the chosen contacts, turn on the “Allow Calls from Silenced People” toggle.

4. Tap the “+” icon to add contacts to make a list of people you want to silence notifications from when you enable Do Not Disturb mode.

5. Alternatively, Choose “Allow Notifications From” to receive notifications from chosen contacts when using Do Not Disturb on your iPhone.

6. Under this option, you can also allow calls from select people by tapping the “Allow Calls From” tab and choosing an option from the list that appears.

Customize App Notifications

1. Open the “Do Not Disturb” focus mode settings on your iPhone and tap on the “App” tab on the right side.

2. Like the people section, you will see two options on the following screen — “Silence Notifications From” and “Allow Notifications From.”

3. Choose the “Silence Notifications From” option to stop receiving notifications from selected apps. You can toggle on the “Time Sensitive Notification” to see notifications from the silenced apps. Though, remember they could be distracting and defeat the purpose of the Do Not Disturb mode.

4. To make an allowed list for apps, tap the “+” icon and choose the app you want to add to the allowed list. We would suggest not adding social media apps to this list, as the notifications from these apps can distract you from your work.

Customize Focus Filters

Finally, you can also add Focus Filters, such as App Filters and System Filters, in the Do Not Disturb focus mode. These filters allow you to modify in-app and system settings when a focus mode is enabled. Focus Filters allow granular control over different focus modes. While app filters allow you to customize apps when the Do Not Disturb mode is enabled, system filters offer overall setting customization options. Follow the steps below to learn how to add Focus Filters:

1. Open the Do Not Disturb settings screen on your iPhone and scroll down until you find the “Focus Filters” option. Now, tap the “Add Filter” button

2. Here, you will see two sections — one for “App Filters,” and the other for “System filters.”

3. Under the App Filters, you will find four apps you can add Do Not Disturb mode filters –

Calendar: To choose which calendar to show and when.

Mail: To set mail focus filters 

Messages: To allow or deny message notifications from selected people.

Safari: To allow a particular tab group to be used when the Do Not Disturb mode is turned on.

Appearance: Sets dark or light appearance when the Do Not Disturb mode is on.

Low Power Mode: Automatically enable or disable low power mode with Do Not Disturb mode.

How to Enable Do Not Disturb from the Lock Screen

iOS 16 brought with it the ability to customize the lock screen of your iPhone and add widgets to the lock screen. You can now set multiple lock screens with different wallpapers and home screens. While this is no news for many, some users might still be unaware that they can link the “Do Not Disturb” focus mode to a particular lock screen. This means the Do Not Disturb mode will automatically turn on when a user switches the lock screen on their iPhone. Here, we have explained how you can link Do Not Disturb mode to a particular lock screen:

1. Unlock your iPhone and long press on the lock screen to enter the lock screen editing mode.

2. Now, tap on the “Focus” icon at the bottom center of the screen.

3. Next, a new “Link Focus” pop-up window will appear with the focus modes list. Tap on “Do Not Disturb” to link this focus mode to the current lock screen. Then, tap “X” at the top right, and you will see a Do Not Disturb icon at the bottom of your screen. This indicates that the Do Not Disturb mode has been linked with the lock screen.

How to Enable Do Not Disturb Mode Using Siri

1. First and Foremost, activate “Siri” on your iPhone by saying “Hey Siri” if you have enabled it or long-press the power button.

2. Once Siri is activated, say “Turn On Do Not Disturb,” and Siri will revert with “Ok, Do Not Disturb is now on.” You will also see a “Do Not Disturb On” pop-up at the top center of the screen.

How to Turn Off Do Not Disturb Mode on iPhone

You can easily deactivate the Do Not Disturb Mode on your iPhone using the Control Center. Below, we have explained how:

Swipe down from the top right corner of your iPhone’s screen to access the “Control Center.”

Tap on the “Do Not Disturb” tile and then tap on “Do Not Disturb” again to turn off the focus mode.

3. Alternatively, you can ask Siri to “Turn Off Do Not Disturb” for you. Siri will revert with “OK, I’ve turned Do Not Disturb off,” along with the “Do Not Disturb Off” pop-up.

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