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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by appleuser15, Jun 11, 2016.
As title says, loud meaning with the lock clicks and such. Or do you switch it up?
when i'm out its on silent. when i'm home its on loud just in case i'm not in the same room as the phone and get a call.
Since getting an Apple Watch, it remains on silent. I previously had it on loud - always.
Almost always have it on silent. Receiving notifications on my watch negates the need for noisy notifications.
Always on silent--my iPad takes care of notifications at home since it is never on silent.
Depends on where I am, and how discreet I want to be.
A poll would behoove this thread.
Well…my iPhone is not on "loud". The sound is on though. It's usually about 50% volume. I can hear it but it's not maxxed so others are disturbed by it.
I put it on mute when I'm in a place where any sound at all will be disturbing.
My iPhone is almost always on max volume. Only times I mute it are when I go to the movies (obviously), when I'm included in an active group chat that I'm not participating in, or when I want to take pictures without the shutter sound.
I don't even mute it before I go to sleep.
I don't either, but I do have Do Not Disturb on a schedule. My wife has never appreciated being woken at 2 in the morning because I got an email or text message. Then there's hell to pay.
Always on vibrate. I cringe when I hear other people's alerts. Especially when they're active in a conversation and receiving alerts constantly. Your screen lighting up in front of you should be sufficient.
Oh oh, Hoover clover feet. Cell phones are devil's work.
At night my volume is about 33%. Loud enough to hear if I am awake, yet not loud enough to wake me up.
Its mostly ob silent, i also have keyboard clicks and lock sound disabled, it was cool in iPhone 3G days now it comes of as cheesy and tacky.
iPhone sound OFF as fortunate to have the apple watch sport
apple watch user here so always on silent
I've always had my phones on silent with vibration, since I don't like being the one that everyone notices when they get a text or email. Also, ever since the Apple Watch came out, I've had it on silent the entire time. My phone doesn't vibrate anymore.
I have no problem going right back to sleep if I get woken up from a notification. But they usually don't wake me up unless I get multiple in a row.
Oh I sleep right through mine.
It's my wife that gets woken up. And then I get woken up because she's yelling at me for my phone having woken her up, LOL!
It doesn't "behoove" me, it's an option not a necessity
These days it's usually on silent especially at night as I want my baby to sleep! I have an Apple Watch though so still get alerts.
Just a suggestion, as the thread asks for a a one-or-the-other response. Each to his own.
Like many other have said, the Watch has changed things forever. I used to have the phone on either fairly loud or at least vibrate. This is now a thing of the past.
Loud at work, silent at home, do not disturb while I sleep.
Do Not Disturb 11pm-9am
Loud daytime, except in meetings, Dr offices etc