If you are an iPhone user, you probably have missed a phone call or two. Of course, there are many reasons why wou miss a phone call, but to miss it just because you didn't hear the ring? Not a good reason at all. Especially when you know that you own a powerful device that is suppose to help you be in control of your communications. Disappointing but true, because of the iPhone's lower than normal ringer volume, many people are missing phone calls.
So, what are the reasons why the iPhone's ringer volume is low? Some iPhone users put the blame on the iPhone's small speakers. Smaller the speakers are … the lower the volume. Makes sense? Generally, this can be true but it may not be the actual cause.
The actual case is, which many iPhone users have attested to, is that the audio level of the iPhone's stock ringers are really low. So, what you can do to fix this problem is to find new ringtones other than those that are already on your iPhone.
Yes, the frequency of the ringtones that are already on your iPhone are low. Thus, if you want to be able to have a louder ringtone, then you will need to find a ringtone that is made of a higher frequency, which can be found right in your computer.
If you are a MAC user, simply go to the application called Garage Band and find a new ringtone within this location. Perhaps the best ringtone from Garage Band is the "Cell Phone Ringing" sound clip. Then, run iFuntastic, if you have an Intel-MAC. If you are running a WindowsPC, you can either run iPhoneRingtoneMaker or iBrickr. These applications will install the ringtones from your computer to your iPhone, thus giving you the ability to have a ringtone that is clearly audible. If this sounds too techie for you, you may visit some websites that offers tutorial on how to get custom ringtones for your iPhone.
Some people think that it is cool enough to own an iPhone. I totally disagree … what's cool is to be able to understand how your iPhone works, compared to any other PDA phones in the market. The key to having a great experience owning an iPhone is to be able to use it at its best. And, to be able to use your iPhone at its best, is by tweaking a little bit of its default settings.