There are some users who love the clicking sound their iPhone X makes whenever they tap on the screen.The clicking sound made by the iPhone X includes water sounds and other noises and it made every time you tap on the screen. These sounds are described as touch sound on the iPhone X and they are accessible by default as part of the iPhone X interface.
The touch sounds on the iPhone X come as part of the accessibility features which allows users to hear whenever a touch is made on the screen of the device. This sound also make the use of the keyboard on the touchscreen feel more real. This also helps visually impaired people use and interact the device better.
There are also some people who do not like this sound at all. Maybe because it annoys them. Some prefer to work or operate their device quietly and without any distractions. If you too do not like the clicking sound made by your iPhone X, you can disable it. Your iPhone X lets you turn this feature ON or OFF as you like. In this guide, we will provide you with a step by step guide on how to disable both the lock screen sound and keyboard sound on your iPhone X. Read on to learn more…
How to Turn ON/OFF Clicking Sound on iPhone X
Follow the steps below to turn off the clicking sound on your iPhone X:
- First off, you need to turn on your iPhone X
- Next up, launch the Settings app.
- Tap on the Sound options.
- Scroll down the screen till you see the Keyboard Clicks options. Toggle off the switch next to it.
How to Disable Screen Lock and Unlock Sound on iPhone X
If you do not like the sound made by your iPhone X everytime you turn it off, you can easily mute it by following the steps below.
- Launch the Settings app on your iPhone X.
- Next up, tap on the Settings option.
- Scroll down the screen till you see the “Lock Sounds” option. Toggle off the switch next to it.
That is all! If you ever wish to turn these sounds back on, simply follow the steps listed above and toggle on the switch next to the options.
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