If you are an iPhone 15 user, chances are that you are one of the many users around the world who don’t like the call notification feature in the latest iOS. Instead of filling the whole screen with the notification, Apple gave a small notification on the top of the screen so that your work is not hampered in between. But as we all know, you can never impress the full population at once, since many users kind of dislike the new feature.
But nevertheless, we have found the solution that will help everyone have the notification of their choices. And here is how to get a fullscreen called ID on iOS 15. Follow the below-mentioned steps to get the results and continue reading our blogs to know more about technology.
How to get a Fullscreen called ID on iOS 15
Follow, the steps to get the notification over your full screen and not just on the top:
Go to “settings” on your iPhone
Scroll down and search for the option “phone”
Inside the “phone” search for a section named “allow the phone to access” and then in that, select the “incoming calls” button.
You will see that by default, your choice is set to “banner” mode, where you see the small notification on the top. To get your full-screen choice, select the “full screen” option below that.
Press the back button. Now you can see that besides the “incoming call” option, a full screen is written, which says that from now on, your notification will be shown as the previous iOS versions.
Setting a blank caller ID won’t look good, so it’s now possible to set a customized picture that will flash over the screen when that particular person calls! To do that, follow the below easy steps:-
Go to the “contacts” app on your iPhone
Select the contact whose caller ID picture you want to change
Select the “edit” option on the top right-hand side corner
Now, tap on the “Add photo” option in the middle of the screen
This would prompt you to either click a picture directly from the camera or select one from the gallery. It’s upon you what you want to do.
After selecting/clicking the picture, resize it and set it so that the subject is in the middle of the cropped photo.
In case you like filters, you can also apply them here
Tap on “Done” to save your settings
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