Alarm snooze not set
It is a repetition that is programmed for every or specific days. For example, the alarm clock was set 1 time, and you want it to be repeated every weekday. But this will not happen if you do not configure it. On the first day, the alarm will ring, but on the next, there is a chance to oversleep and be late for study / work / an important meeting.
To prevent this, go to “Clock”choose “Alarm clock”, the right time and pay attention to the tab “To repeat”. Most likely, you have the option “Never”. We go in and select the necessary days. The problem is solved, and you will always be woken up on time.
There is also an option “Signal repetition”. You need it so that the alarm rings when you don’t wake up after the first call.
The time zone is set incorrectly
To avoid errors with the alarm when changing the time zone, check that it is set correctly. Perhaps the alarm is set correctly, and the clock does not match the current time zone. Go to the settings menu, tab “The main”. Click on “date and time”check the time zone. Choose an option “Automatically”.
No sound at desired volume
It also happens when the sound of the alarm is simply not heard, so it is skipped. In this situation, you need to adjust its volume. In the alarm menu there is only the ability to change the ringtone (set the melody louder and more sharply). But the volume changes in the menu “Settings”.
Just say that the volume of the alarm at standard settings does not depend on the volume of the sounds of the system. And the volume up / down keys do not work here. And it’s convenient, because you can constantly forget about the established level. In addition, you can turn on silent mode. In general, all notifications during your restful sleep will come either quietly or silently. And the alarm will turn on properly.
So, how to solve the problem: the alarm volume refers to the option “Call and Alerts”. We go in “Settings”, select the tab “Sounds” There we set the desired volume level of the alarm (bell and warnings).
We use other alarms
If you don’t like the functionality of a standard alarm clock, you can go to the AppStore and choose a decent alternative. Among them: Buddhist, Puzzle Alarm Clock, Waky, RadiON, Sleep Better. They offer special features. For example, the Puzzle Alarm Clock will not turn off until you solve a problem.
Learn how to set and change the alarm time, ask Siri to set an alarm and track your sleep time.
The Clock program allows you to use your iPhone as an alarm clock. Just open the Clock program from the Home screen or through the Control Center. You can also ask Siri to set an alarm.
- Open the Clock program and go to the Alarm tab.
- Click the icon.
- Set the time for the alarm. You can also select one of the following options.
- Snooze: Tap to set a repeating alarm.
- “Label”: click to set a name for the alarm.
- “Sound”: press to select the sound to play when the alarm goes off.
- “Later”: turn on to display the option “Later” when the alarm goes off.
- Click “Save.”
Setting the alarm volume
Go to the Settings menu “Sounds, tactile signals.” In the Call and Alerts section, drag the slider left or right to change the volume. As you drag, a beep will sound and you will hear a volume level. To adjust the alarm volume using the volume buttons on the device, you need to enable the “Change buttons.” Learn what to do if the alarm volume is set too low or high.
How to ask Siri to set an alarm
The following are some examples of how this can be done.
- “Wake me up tomorrow at 6:30.”
- “What alarms are set?”
- “Set the alarm “Work””.
How to change or delete an alarm
To change the alarm, follow these steps:
- Open the Clock program and go to the Alarm tab.
- Select the Edit option in the upper left corner.
- Select the desired alarm, make changes and click the “Save” button.
To delete an alarm:
- Swipe the alarm clock to the left and click the “Delete” button.
- Select the “Edit” option and then the “Delete” option.
- Select the “Edit” option, then the alarm and “Delete alarm”.
Sleep time tracking
“Sleep mode” allows you to set the number of hours of sleep that you need every night. The Clock program will remind you to go to bed and wake you up in the morning.
Help with using alarms
The Do Not Disturb mode and the Ring / Silent switch do not affect the sound of the alarm. If the switch is set to Silent or the Do Not Disturb mode is turned on, the alarm will still sound.
If the alarm does not sound, the signal is too quiet, or the iPhone is only vibrating, follow these steps:
- Set the volume level on your iPhone. If the alarm is set too low or high, adjust it using the volume up and down buttons. You can also go to the “Settings” menu. “Sounds, tactile signals” and drag the slider in the “Call and Alerts” section.
- If the alarm clock only vibrates, make sure that “No” is not selected for the sound of the alarm clock. Open the “Clock” program, go to the “Alarm clock” section, and select the “Edit” option. Tap the desired alarm, then tap Sound and select a sound.
- When using iOS 11 or later, if headphones or speakers are connected to the iPhone, the alarm sounds through the iPhone’s built-in speaker at a given volume level, as well as through wired headphones or speakers. The alarm is not heard through wireless headphones or speakers.
Setting the iPhone time manually in the Settings section to change the behavior of programs (for example, timers in games) is not recommended and may affect alarms.
Most of us will use the alarm function on the phone instead of the real clock. For iPhone users, the Alarm function in the Clock application is very convenient, and in iOS 11 Apple even added an alarm in standby mode.
However, some users say that the alarm does not work after updating iOS. This is quite annoying, especially for those who need to get up early in the morning. Why the alarm does not work on the iPhone 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, X, SE and iPad? How to fix it?
To help you, in this guide, we will tell you how to fix iOS error on iPhone and iPad.
Why is there no sound, the alarm does not ring on the iPhone?
Here are a few steps to make sure your alarm is loud enough:
Check the volume level to understand why the alarm does not work on the iPhone. iOS has two different kinds of adjustments: ringer volume and multimedia volume. The multimedia volume level controls the volume in applications, games, music and, while the second volume is used for ringing, notifications, system alerts and for alarms.
Therefore, so that your alarm clock is loud enough, go to the main screen and use the volume button, increasing the volume to maximum. Keep in mind that if you increase the volume of the “Multimedia”, and not the “Ring”, you are setting the wrong volume. That is why I ask you to go to the main screen. On it, you can adjust the ringer volume.
One thing you should not ignore is that there are two volume options on your device:
- a. Ringer volume (for ringtone, alerts and alarms).
- b. Multimedia volume (for musics and games).
Why the alarm does not work on the iPhone, how to fix it?
Check the sound. This is the first thing you should check when faced with this problem, go to “Clock” “Anxiety” “Edit” “Sound”.
Make sure you already set the alarm sound. If you set it to No, the beep will not sound at all.
Try to delete all existing alarms.
Another simple but very effective trick that helped me when the alarm clock on the iPhone did not work was to delete all existing alarms and set new ones. Just delete everything and create new ones. This act may seem a little crazy, but sometimes it really helps. Therefore, I suggest you try this great way.
Step 1. Open the Clock app on your iPhone / iPad.
Step 2. Now tap the “Alarm” tab at the bottom → Next, you need to click “Change” in the upper left corner.
Step 3. Then press the red button to the left of the individual alarm. Then click “Delete”; following the same method, delete all alarms.
Step 4. Now reboot the device. On iPhone 6s Plus / iPhone SE or earlier versions, press and hold the Home button and the ON / OFF button immediately until the Apple logo appears on the screen.
On iPhone 7/7 Plus, you need to press and hold the volume down button and the ON / OFF button at the same time to force the device to restart.
To restart iPhone iPhone X, iPhone 8/8 Plus, press and release the volume up button, press and release the volume down button, and press and hold the side button.
Step 5. When the device restarts, open the clock application → alarm and set a new one.
Check if your device is connected to the headphones
Next check for device accessories such as headphones, wired or Bluetooth. When using the device, you must make sure that no other accessory is connected to your iPhone. When your phone is connected to any of these headphones, sound is played through the connected devices. Therefore, it is recommended that you use the built-in speakers to hear the alarm.
If your device is connected to headphones, the alarm will be turned off. Make sure this is not the case. “If you connect wired headphones, or Bluetooth headphones to your iPhone, the sound will play through the connected device,” Apple said. “If you don’t hear a beep when connecting to these devices, disconnect these devices and use the built-in speakers on your iPhone.”
Reboot the phone if there is no sound
Reboot the phone and try deleting your alarms and setting them again again. Be sure to first check each alarm by setting it to the nearest minute (if you do this at 2 p.m., set the alarm to 2:01 so that you can quickly check that everything works) before setting the final alarm time.
Setting up a backup system
You can also use Siri to set the alarm. Just say, “Hey Siri, wake me up tomorrow at 5am,” and the voice assistant will set the alarm. You can also ask Siri a question: “What alarms did I set?” or you can use a third-party alarm clock.
Reset and restart your iPhone or iPad
If none of the above methods helped you, then try resetting your settings. Reset your iPhone: when upgrading to iOS 11, some settings may be changed, so the alarm does not work. If so, you need to reset your iPhone: go to Settings “Basic” “Reset” “Reset all settings”, which will not lead to data loss.
Reboot your iPhone: after rebooting, turn off the iPhone and restart the alarm.