In the past couple of years, both Android and iOS took and gave features to and from one another, and that is a great thing. This resulted in a vast array of features for both the ecosystems, and this provides a seamless user experience. It is with utmost certainty that amongst the two biggest mobile OSes, iOS wins the end-user experience due to its extremely simple UI. However, iOS too allows some dope amounts of customization, but these are mostly hidden in menus.
Say you wanted to know which person has called you without even looking at the contact. The simple answer to this is to provide a different ringtone altogether to the specific contact, right? Well, there is no easier way of doing this, and you manually need to select a ringtone for each contact. But assuming there are only a handful of constant callers amongst your billion other contacts, this process won’t end up too tiresome. Anyways, below is the procedure for doing exactly the same.
Assign Special Ringtones To Different Contacts In iOS
- To begin with, you need to pop-up the contact you wish to assign a custom ringtone to.
- Tap on the ‘Edit‘ button in the upper-right corner, and scroll all the way down to find the Ringtones section.
- It should now say ‘default‘ since it uses the same ringtone that is being used system-wide. To change it, tap on it.
- Choose any ringtone you desire, and then save the contact.
Good going, the next time you receive a call from that contact, you will be instantly notified of the person who has called you. There would be no need for you to grab your iPhone just to check the caller’s ID. This feature comes in handy when you are extremely busy and want to pick up priority calls only. If you think we’ve made your day with this simple to-do guide, stay around, and we’ll fancy your tech space.