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Saturday, 12 August 2017

How to create your own rhythm for the vibration of iPhone calls



Although the arrival of iOS 11 will completely revolutionize the iPhone customization system (until now practically shielded) with new options for the Control Center and other developments in the Dock and multitasking ... personalizing the iPhone to the taste of the consumer is not an easy task .

Although putting a ringtone on the iPhone can become uncomfortable, annoying and convoluted, Apple's mobile operating system does offer the ability to customize the rhythm of vibrations for calls, messages and other notifications.

By default, the iPhone employs a two-speed vibration rate for text messages and a more regular vibration pulse for calls. For all other notification alerts, a single vibration is used. But did you know that you can customize this to your liking? You can even create your own rhythm according to your favorite songs!


How to customize the rhythm of vibrations on your iPhone


Follow this series of steps to be able to customize the rhythm of the vibrations of calls, messages and notifications of your iPhone. You'll see, it's really fun!

1. Turn on your iPhone and access the Settings app.

2. Enter the "Sounds" section.

3. Then go to the "Sounds and Vibration Sequences" section at the bottom of the screen.

4. Select the option you want to customize (Ring Tone, Message Tone, Voice Message ...).


5. Then press the "Vibration" option.

6. To finish, tap on "Create new vibration" at the bottom.

7. Now you can begin to customize the vibration by means of "taps" on the screen.


8. You can create the rhythm you want for any call, message or notification. It's great!

9. When you have finished the sequence of vibration tones press "Stop".

10. Finally, click on the "Save" button in the upper right corner.

And ready! You've already created your first vibration rate for iOS calls, messages, and notifications on your iPhone. What has been fun? If you have any questions, we will be happy to help you in the comment section.

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