"Why my iPhone alarm not working after updating to iOS 11 usually, which makes me upset as I was late for work twice in a week. Is there any effective way to fix iOS 11 alarm not working problem? Neither do I want to go back to iOS 10. Really thanks." - A question from an iPhone users
Have you ever also encountered the same issue like demonstrated above? Got late and late for work because of your iPhone alarm not working on iOS 11 in the morning? It does bother a lot. Not merely the alarm not working, many other problems still occur, such as flashlight not working in iOS 11, airdrop not working on iOS 11, or even screen recording won't work in iOS 11, which are all caused by hardware & software conflicts or improper settings. Now, in this post, we will focus on how to fix alarm not working on iOS 11 iPhone or iPad with several simple and effective tips.
We will list all the possible fixes on iOS 11 alarm not working issue, you can try them one by one until you figure it out.
Check volume level: if the ringer volume is too decent, the alarm may can't wake you up. Go to Settings > Sound & Haptics > find RINGER AND ALERTS to switch the volume to a proper level. Besides, turn off Change with Bottoms to make sure the volume of the ringer and alerts will not be affected when you change the volume level by pressing volume buttons.
Check the alarm sound: make sure you haven't set the alarm sound to None, which means there is no sound to be used for alarm. Open Clock > tap Alarm > tap the + button in the right upper corner > tap Sound and choose one ringtone as the alarm sound.
Reset your iPhone: When you update to iOS 11, some settings may be affected and changed cause the alarm not working. If so, you need to reset your iPhone: go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings, which won't cause data loss.
Restart your iPhone: after resetting is done, turn off your iPhone and restart it again to recreate an alarm.
If you have installed some third-party alarm apps that may conflict with iPhone pre-installed, your alarm not working in iOS 11 will probably appear. Therefore, uninstall the third-party apps to check whether the alarm works well or not.
iOS 11 has brought the Bedtime feature in Clock app that can help you go to bed and wake up at the same times every day. However, some users have reported the bug of Bedtime, that is it works well in helping people go to bed but won't wake up on time. Then, quit Bedtime and recreate a normal alarm just in case.
Restoring your iPhone can fix many applications won't work issues. Before you begin to restore your iPhone or iPad to fix the iOS 11 alarm not working problem, do remember to transfer iPhone files to PC for a backup. If not, restore iPhone as a new device directly will cause data loss. For back up and transfer iPhone files to PC or laptop, you can try EaseUS MoiMover Free, the unique 100% free iPhone data transfer software in the market to export iPhone or iPad contacts, messages, notes, calendars, voice mails, books, Safari bookmarks & history, photos, videos, and audios to computer with only one-click. If you need, install MobiMove Free by check following download button.
Apple has released iOS 11.0.2 to fix some bugs in iOS 11 or iOS 11.0.1, updating to the latest iOS version is also a good way to fix the alarm not working problem.
If you really don't like iOS 11 anymore, the last choice you can try is to downgrade iOS 11 to iOS 10/10.3.3. If you are not sure if your iPhone can be downgraded to iOS 10 or lower, then you can go to the IPSW Download page to check which iOS versions Apple supports currently for your iPhone model. If possible, you can continue to download EaseUS MobiXpert to downgrade iOS 11 to iOS 10 or 10.3.3.
In addition, MobiXpert is able to repair a lot of iOS sytem malfunction problems, such as stuck screen, white screen, black screen, settings not working, ect. So, you can download this EaseUS software to downgrade the iOS system, or fix the current iOS failure.
To downgrade iOS 11 with EaseUS MobiXpert:
Step 1. Launch EaseUS MobiXpert on your computer. And select "System Repair" from the homepage.
Step 2. Tap "iOS Upgrade/Downgrade" from the new interface.
Step 3. And then select the "iOS/iPadOS Downgrade" option.
Step 4. Then you will be guided to connect your iPhone to the computer via a USB cable.
Step 5. Confirm your device model and then click "Next" to download the firmware for a downgrade.
Step 6. When the firmware is verified, click "Upgrade Now" to start.
Step 7. Wait for the downgrade process to complete and click "Done" to close it. Then your iPhone will be downgraded.
After the success downgrading to iOS 10, you can transfer backup files from PC to iPhone with the MobiMover Free app.
In this article, I've presented how to fix alarm not working on iOS 11 iPhone and iPad in 7 effective ways. If you can be sure that it's an iOS system glitch that causes the problem, it is recommended to try to updagrade or downgrade the current operating system with EaseUS MobiXpert.