Guide to Protect Hearing on iPhone with Decibel Meter

You can get a pure and clear audio experience on the iPhone using headphones or earphones. Spatial audio is the feature that will let you simulate theatre-like sound for a more immersive audio experience. Also, iPhone 11 comes with Dolby Atmos technology which gave sounds to move around you in 3D space. No doubt that if you have those trendy AirPods in your pocket that will enhance your audio experience, you can even monitor your headphones’ audio level right from your device on Apple’s Health app, without actually using their-party apps.

You might know that decibels (dB) is the scale to measure sound and it is considered loud when the scale is above 80 disables. In this article, we’ll be discussing how you can protect hearing iPhone with a decibel meter. Here’s everything you must know about, just read on the explanatory guide that we’ve managed to provide you to do so. Without further delay, let’s get started.

Guide to Protect Hearing on iPhone with Decibel Meter

How to Protect Hearing on iPhone with Decibel Meter

Let it’s known that, this feature is supported only with few headphones. EarPods, AirPods, AirPods Pro, and Bears headphone, etc, are suitable to use the feature. Ensure that the iPhone you have is currently running on iOS 13 or above, as earlier firmware versions are not compatible with it.

  1. Visit the Health app, which is already built-in on your iPhone.
  2. Now, go on the Summary page and tap on “Browse” located at the bottom of the screen.
  3. Now, in the Browser menu choose “Hearing”.
  4. You will get to see “Headphone Audio Levels”, the company already provides this as either OK or Loud. If the dB is less than 80 then it is considered as Ok or Loud. > tap on “Headphone Audio Levels” to see more information.
  5. Then the noise level exposure measured in dB data will appear, tap on “Exposure” to display in the graph.

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Congratulations! Now, you know how to protect hearing on iPhone with decibels. The average headphone audio level based on daily and weekly basis information is automatically sent to the health app through your headphones.

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Subodh Gupta
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