With iOS 13, Apple has slightly tweaked the settings of Accessibility. For a change, it has now got a standalone section and is no longer the part of the General category. Given how user-friendly this feature is, it’s a welcome move. The relocation has also shuffled the place of the LED flash. And that’s the reason why I thought many Apple customers might be a little confused about the process of turning LED notification light on the iPhone.
1. Launch the Settings app on your device and choose Accessibility.
2. Under the HEARING section, tap on the Audio/Visual option.
3. Under the Visual section, turn on the switch that is right next to LED Flash for Alerts. Next, another toggle named “Flash on Silent” will show up. If you need the visual notification light even when your iPhone is silent, be sure to keep this switch enabled.
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