You may change your iPhone 14’s ringtone by going to Settings > Sounds & Haptics > Ringtone > and then selecting a new option.
More information regarding changing iPhone ringtones is provided below, along with screenshots of the process.
More information on how to change your iPhone 14 ringtone can be found in this video.
How to Change an iPhone Ringtone 14
The steps in this post were completed on an iPhone 14 Plus running iOS 16.6.
These methods are also applicable to the majority of other iOS versions and iPhone models, including the following:
- iPhone 14
- iPhone 14 Pro
- iPhone 14 Pro Max
Step 1: Locate the Settings app on your Home screen and open the menu.
Step 2: Scroll to the bottom and select Sounds & Haptics.
Step 3: Choose Ringtone from the menu selections.
Step 4: Select the ringtone you wish to use.
It’s worth mentioning that anytime you choose a ringtone, a sample of it will play, so do this somewhere private or quiet.
You won’t have to settle for the default ringtone on iPhone 14 if you know how to utilize an alternative ringtone.
This setting will have no effect if you have personalized ringtones for your contacts. Those contact ringtones will remain the same.
Changing the Ringtone on Your iPhone (Video)
Using a Different Ringtone on an iPhone in Summary
- Navigate to Settings.
- Select Sounds & Haptics.
- Choose Ringtone.
- Choose the new ringtone you want to use.
Related: How to Do an iPhone 13 Force Restart
If you don’t always leave your phone on quiet, your iPhone’s ringtone is a useful function.
If your current ringtone is difficult to hear or sounds too similar to other people’s ringtones, you should consider changing it.
Fortunately, you can change your iPhone’s ringtone at any time, and you can even purchase music or custom ringtones from the iTunes Store.
Hopefully, our tutorial above has provided you all the knowledge you need to utilize a new ringtone on iPhone 14.
You may always return to this menu and alter it again once you’ve learned how to adjust this setting on your phone, as well as many of the other sound settings accessible for the device.
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