If you don’t know how to activate the Decibel Control feature on iOS 14, we are going to help you out.
We use earphones every day and we might use this feature to protect the health of our ears. And many people who have a smartphone use it as a music player. Listening to music with high volume might have bad health consequences in our auditory system.
How to activate the Decibel Control feature on iOS 14?
This is a mode in which we give permission to the iPhone to analyze the audio from the headphones and reduce the sounds that exceed the allowed decibel level. So that in the long run, and with prolonged use, we do not have health problems.
In order to activate and adapt Decibel Control function, do the folloowing:
- Open Settings with iOS 14
- Scroll slightly in the list until you see the Sounds and vibrations and enter the section.
- Go to the Headphones security.
- You will first come across a graph showing the number of times you have exceeded the recommended volume limit on the headphones in the last six months. The number of warnings per month appears very clearly, but what interests us comes next. You will also see a section called Reduce loud sounds, which is activated by default. If you move the activation box to make it functional, a slider with a control point appears below it.
This way, every time you use headphones, the device will be responsible for analyzing and reducing the sounds that exceed the decibel level that we have set.