Turning on flashlight on iPhone is helpful when you are in a dark environment. Generally speaking, the flashlight icon has existed in the Control Center on your iPhone already when you get your iPhone. But it's also possible that you accidentally remove the icon from it. That's why this article not only covers the way to turn on flashlight on iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus or iPhone X in iOS 11 but also provides the method to add the flashlight control to Control Center after mistake deletion. Read on to get more details.
Like the way to turn on AirDrop on iPhone, switching on flashlight can also be down in Control Center. Follow the steps below to learn how to make it.
Step 1: On iPhone 8/8 Plus, swipe up from the bottom of your iPhone screen to open Control Center. On iPhone X, swipe down from the top right corner of your iPhone screen to open Control Center.
Step 2: Tap on the flashlight icon to turn it on. When you want to turn it off, tap on the icon again.
Easy right? But iPhone can't always perform as you expected. The "Control Center not working" issue and the "flashlight not working" problem are frequently reported by iPhone users. If you happen to encounter the problem on your iPhone, learn how to fix it from the related article.
If you open Control Center and find no flashlight icon in it, no worry, the steps below will show you how to re-add the flashlight control to your iPhone Control Center.
Step 1: Open Settings App on your iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus or iPhone X. (When it's comes to customizing iPhone Control Center, Settings App is needed like other iPhone customization operations.)
Step 2: Scroll down to choose Control Center and click Customize Control.
Step 3: Under MORE CONTROLS, tap on the Plus sign next to Flashlight to add it to your iPhone Control Center.
Want to change the order of the controls? Press and hold the Hamburger icon next to the control and move it according to your need.
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