The up and down volume buttons on your iPhone are not just limited to changing the volume, and in this article, we will tell you about several other things you can do by using these physical keys.
Jailbreakers who are looking for an easier way to control their Music playback are in luck this week, as iOS developer iCraze has just released a new and free jailbreak tweak known as VolPause.
Unless you live in the European Union, you might not be aware that iPhones and many other devices sold there have a volume cap that prevents the max volume from reaching what it can in other parts of the world.
Newly-leaked CAD files have corroborated earlier suspicion that the iPhone 15 Pros will retain mechanical buttons after all while gaining a multi-purpose Action button.
The iPhone 15 Pros should ditch physical buttons for non-moving versions that detect touch. But won’t the buttonless design interfere with your cases and gloves?
The iPhone 15 Pros are rumored to swap the current mechanical mute switch for a button, plus ditch the separate volume buttons for a single rocker-style control.
If you’re using a rootless iOS 15 or iOS 16 jailbreak, then you might want to turn your attention to the likes of a new and free jailbreak tweak called StepUp-Rootless by iOS developer ETHN.
When using the YouTube app to watch videos from an iPhone, one control that’s obviously missing from the interface is a button to instantly mute or unmute the video’s audio.
iOS developer ElioFegh is out with a brand new jailbreak tweak this weekend called Voloc, which permits jailbreakers to colorize their handset’s volume HUD interface in any way they see fit.
Your iPhone volume buttons can stop working due to minor software bugs, major hardware problems, or things like dirt and poorly designed cases. This tutorial offers seven solutions to fix non-working or stuck iPhone volume buttons. We'll also show you how to change volume levels or take screenshots even if the physical buttons are broken or otherwise not working.
Just last year, we showed you a free jailbreak tweak called F***MyHearing that jailbreakers could have used to prevent iOS or iPadOS from automatically turning down their media playback volume while using headphones to purportedly ‘protect their hearing.’
Many types of jailbreak tweaks exist for the purpose of enhancing an iPhone or iPad’s native capabilities. Among those, a handful focus on upgrading the handset’s volume-centric user experience.