There is a joke that people don't know who is receiving a call when an iPhone rings, as people are using the same classic iPhone ringtone. As an iPhone user, you may be using the same ringtone with millions of people. But in fact, you are only several taps away from a different ringtone. This article will demonstrate all ways you can use to change ringtone on iPhone.
iPhone has dozens of built-in ringtones. You can switch your ringtone easily in "Settings" within the scope of default ringtones. Find the option "Sounds & Haptics" in "Settings," tap "Ringtone," and select one ringtone you like. It is so easy to change your ringtone to a less common one.
There is a very limited choice with the default iPhone ringtones. If you want to make songs into ringtone or use a ringtone you've just heard. You can do this in 2 ways.
Apple offers a bunch of ringtones in the iTunes Store for purchase. If you like any of them, you can purchase one. Open the app iTunes Store and tap "More" and "Tones." Look through the page to look for a ringtone you like and purchase it. This is easy. However, you need to spend money every time you change your ringtone in iTunes Store.
If you don't want to pay for every ringtone or want to set a particular part of a song as your ringtone, you can look for a ringtone making tool. EaseUS Ringtone Editor is an easy-to-use iPhone ringtone maker. With it, you can set any songs on your PC/iTunes or from the Internet as your iPhone ringtone. You may think it is unbelievable. Let's dig into it.
Step 1. Launch EaseUS Ringtone Editor on your PC. Connect your iPhone to the PC via a USB cable. Tap the "Trust" option on your iPhone if you get a popup.
Step 2. Drag and drop a song on your PC to the interface. You can also click "Browse" to select a song as well. Play the song and choose the part you want to set as ringtone. Then click "Clip" to trim it.
Step 3. In this step, you can personalize your ringtone by adding recordings and sound effects like fade-in/fade-out and emoji sound to the clip.
Step 4. Then click "Export" to choose "Push to iPhone" to add this custom ringtone to your iPhone.
After the custom ringtone is sent to your iPhone. Get your iPhone and go to "Settings" > "Sounds & Haptics" > "Ringtones." Find the ringtone you add above the default ringtones. Tap it to change your ringtone on iPhone. You can set any song as a ringtone on iPhone in this way.
Phone scams are expected in the mobile era. You often rush to a call, but it turns out to be a scam call. Set custom ringtones to individual contacts is a small thing that counts. Open your "Contacts" and tap a contact. Tap "Edit" and "Ringtone." Choose a different ringtone for this contact and click "Done." You can set a custom text tone for this contact in similar operations. Click "Done" in the top right corner to save the edits. You will know who is calling you when your iPhone rings.
There are many occasions on which you need to silence your ringtone, like at a meeting. You can set your iPhone to silent mode by the Silent Switch on iPhone's left side. Your iPhone is in Silent Mode if you don’t see the orange part. Then enable the option "Vibrate on Silent" in "Settings" > "Sounds & Haptics" > "Vibrate."
If you want to set the "Vibrate Only Mode" for new messages, you can go to "Settings" > "Sounds & Haptics" and locate "Text Tone" under "SOUNDS AND VIBRATION PATTERNS." Tap "None" under "ALERT TONES" and choose a vibrate pattern in "Vibration."
Now you have known well about how to change ringtone on iPhone. You are able to switch your ringtone to another preset iPhone ringtone, a Vibrate pattern, a custom ringtone from a song, or a ringtone from iTunes Store. But I prefer to change my ringtone to a song. Therefore, EaseUS Ringtone Editor would be the tool I choose to keep on my PC all the time.