The LED light on the iPhone’s back camera can be used as a flashlight when the power goes out or when searching for things in dark places. If you turn on the flashlight in a dark place, it will be very bright, so you can use it as a flashlight. So this time, let’s explain how to turn the iPhone flashlight on and off in three modes, as well as how to adjust the brightness and how to turn it off quickly.
How to turn on/off flashlight on iPhone
In the event of a power outage during a disaster, or searching for lost items in the dark, the LED light on your iPhone’s rear camera can come in handy.
Just in case you get stuck, learn how to turn your iPhone’s flashlight on and off. There are three ways to do this: Lock screen, Control Center, and Siri.
However, on older iPhones without a home button, you cannot turn the flashlight on and off from the lock screen, so try other methods.
This time, I will introduce you how to turn on and off flashlight with iPhone X.
● Apple “How to use the flashlight on iPhone and iPad Pro” →here
First, the iPhone X and later models that don’t have a home button have a flashlight button on the lock screen, so it’s handy.
You can easily turn the flashlight on or off by pressing and holding the flashlight-shaped button at the bottom left of the lock screen.
Steps to turn on and off the flashlight from the lock screen
If anything, it’s common practice to turn the flashlight on and off from the Control Center.
In the case of the iPhone X, the Control Center is brought up by swiping down from the outside from the right side of the screen while viewing the Home screen or the Lock screen, but if you tap the flashlight button here, the flashlight will be displayed for you to turn on and off.
Steps to turn on and off the flashlight from the control center
Even in cases where you can’t raise your hands, the iPhone has the “Siri” voice assistant function, so you can use Siri to turn on the flashlight.
Just say “Hey Siri, turn on the flashlight!” to Siri to turn on the flashlight.
However, when I asked Siri to “turn off the light” on my iPhone X and 8 (both running iOS 16.4.1), I was unable to turn it off due to an error, so when it turns off, I usually press the button. You may want to press
Steps to turn on the flashlight with Siri
You can adjust your iPhone’s flashlight brightness.
iPhone flashlight brightness can be adjusted in four steps.
To adjust the brightness, press the flashlight button on the control center with a firm swipe (just tap gently to turn on the light).
Next, the brightness meter screen displays, so you can move it up to make it brighter than usual, and move it down to make it darker.
Steps to change the brightness of the lamp
There was a way to instantly turn off the flashlight on the lock screen!
If you want to turn off the flashlight on your iPhone, it is difficult to bring up the Control Center and click on the button.
In such a case, gently swipe the lock screen to the left and then release your finger. The camera app will then appear for a while, go back to the lock screen, and turn off the flashlight.
This is a little trick that applies to the fact that the flashlight also doubles as the camera’s photography LED, so the flashlight turns off automatically when the camera is activated.
Please note that if you swipe the lock screen hard to the left, the camera will start as it is.
Steps to turn off the flashlight instantly from the lock screen
What if the iPhone light won’t turn on?
If the above 3 methods do not turn on your iPhone flashlight, there could be many reasons.
First, the light will not turn on if the iPhone battery is low. Please charge the battery and try again.
If the flashlight does not turn on even though the battery is full, there may be a problem with the Light app. If so, try restarting your iPhone.
If the flashlight does not turn on, the LED light on your iPhone may be damaged. In this case, you will need to get it fixed, so let’s consult a professional iPhone repair shop.
what do you think? It can be frustrating to find things in the dark or not know how to turn on your iPhone’s flashlight during a power outage.
If you try the method presented this time and turn on your iPhone’s flashlight at any time, you can feel relieved when you need it, so please try it!
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