Many iPhone users have reported that the volume of their iPhone goes down automatically very often and this is causing quite an issue for them. They are not able to hear any ringtone or volume of any videos playing on their iPhones.
There are certain possibilities for having this issue on your iPhone and some of which are mentioned below.
- iPhone may not be updated
- Some technical faults within the iPhone
- This could be due to Noise Cancellation being active on the iPhone
- Silent Mode or Do Not Disturb Mode
- iPhone may be connected to a Bluetooth device
- iPhone case might be too tight causing pressure on the volume buttons
If you are looking for ways to resolve this issue on your iPhone, here are some best fixes explained below in this post.
Fix 1 – Turn Off Change with Buttons option on your iPhone
Step 1: Launch the Settings app on your iPhone first of all.
Step 2: After the Settings app gets launched, please click on the Sounds & Haptics option from the Settings menu list as shown in the below screenshot.
Step 3: On the Sounds & Haptics page, click the Change with Buttons toggle switch to turn it off as shown below.
Step 4: You can also change the Ringtone and Alert volume by moving the slider to left or right.
Fix 2 – Disable Reduce Loud Sounds feature
Step 1: Go to the Settings app on your iPhone.
Step 2: Then move to the Sounds & Haptics option from the Settings menu.
Step 3: Now select the Headphone Safety option by clicking on it as shown in the below image.
Step 4: After that, disable the Reduce Loud Sounds option by tapping on its toggle switch as shown.
Fix 3 – Disconnect any Bluetooth Device connected to your iPhone
Sometimes, you may not be able to hear any sound or volume because it is playing on some Bluetooth audio device like AirPods, etc. connected to your iPhone.
Step 1: Open the Settings page on your iPhone first.
Step 2: Click on the Bluetooth option from the Settings page.
Step 3: Now turn off the Bluetooth option by toggling its switch as shown below.
Fix 4 – Turn Off Do Not Disturb Mode
Step 1: Go to the Control Centre screen on your iPhone first by swiping down the iPhone screen from the top right side.
Step 2: Once the control center screen is open, click on the Focus option as shown below.
Step 3: After that, make sure the Do Not Disturb option is not enabled and if it is enabled, please click on it to disable it.
Fix 5 – Disable the Background Sounds feature
Step 1: To start with, you need to launch the Settings app from your iPhone home screen.
Step 2: After the Settings page opens, click on the Accessibility option from the settings menu list.
Step 3: Scroll down to the Hearing section and click on the Audio/Visual option as shown below.
Step 4: On the Audio/Visual page, click the Background Sounds option.
Step 5: Now turn off the Background Sounds feature by tapping on its toggle button as shown in the screenshot below.
- Sometimes these kinds of problems occur due to internal technical glitches and this can be fixed by restarting the iPhone once.
- Try updating your iPhone if not already done since Apple releases updates after working on the feedback and bugs received by iPhone users.
- iPhone cover case could also be the reason behind this problem. When your iPhone case fits too tight on the iPhone, it can create pressure on the volume buttons on the side of the iPhone. This in turn presses the volume button which lowers the iPhone volume automatically. So try replacing the iPhone case with a better fit one.