In a new video published on its YouTube support channel, Apple has detailed how you can create and assign custom ringtone and text tone vibrations for all your contacts so you’ll know who’s calling or texting, even if you can’t see your screen.
Users can change the sounds the iPhone plays when they get a call, text, voicemail, email, reminder, or any other type of notification through Settings.
Go to Settings > Sounds & Haptics (on supported models) or Sounds (on other iPhone models).
To set the volume for all sounds, drag the slider below Ringers and Alerts.
To set the tones and vibration patterns for sounds, tap a sound type, such as ringtone or text tone.
Do any of the following:
Choose a tone (scroll to see them all).
Ringtones play for incoming calls, clock alarms, and the clock timer; text tones are used for text messages, new voicemail, and other alerts.
Tap Vibration, then choose a vibration pattern or tap Create New Vibration to create your own.
Watch the following video from Apple to get a better idea.
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