iOS 14 is the 14th major release by the iOS mobile operating system. It is developed by Apple Inc. It is for iPhone and iPod Touch lines. iOS 14 was launched on June 22, 2020 in the Worldwide Developers Conference. The system features developed in this version – CarPlay, Car keys, Home screen, Widgets, App Library, Compact UI, Search and Siri, Security Settings, ARKit 4, MagSafe and many more notable features. The app features which were developed – Calendar, Camera, FaceTime, Home, Messages, Maps, Safari, Translate.
You can limit the maximum volume of your device for listening to music or watching videos. To do so – Go to Settings > Tap on Sounds and Haptics or Sounds > Turn on Reduce Loud Sounds > You can use the slider to decide the decibel level.
Follow the below steps to increase the volume on iOS:
Go to Settings of your phone or tablet.
Tap on “Music”.
Go to Volume limit. It’s better if you turn it off. If it’s on, use the slider to control the volume.
Go to Settings.
Tap “Sounds and Haptics” (supported models) or “Sounds” (for other models).
Go to the Ringer and Alerts section, drag the slider to adjust the volume according to your need.
Just like Google Assistant in android devices, iOS has Siri. Just say “Siri, turn the volume up”. This is enough to get your work done.
You can adjust the volume on the left side of your device with the volume buttons.
You can adjust the volume in the Control Center.
Open the Control Center and then drag the volume button.
Go for iOS 14:
iOS undoubtedly has one of the best security systems developed so far. The well-defined features it provides are appreciable. The camera quality, processor, sound quality and video quality make justice to the users. iOS 14 are supported by all devices which supports iOS 13 such as iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone SE (1st and 2nd generation), iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPod Touch (7th generation). Hope the above methods could be helpful in adjusting your iOS volume.