How to Get Back The Fullscreen Call Notification on iOS 14?.
Starting with iOS 14, iPhone will no longer use full screen call notification. Rather, a minimal notification with the caller’s name will be displayed at the top of the screen. You can accept or reject the call, or simply dismiss the notification to continue what you were doing on your iPhone.
While most people, myself included, prefer the new iPhone call notification, many older people find the new layout confusing as it sometimes shows banner notifications and sometimes full screen calls. If you ever want to return the call notification to full screen mode, here’s a quick way to do it in your iOS settings. Let’s start.
Enable full screen call notification
Banner notification is a less intrusive way to receive calls on your iPhone, and it works for FaceTime, WhatsApp, and regular calls. With the release of iOS 14 beta for developers, incoming calls will show full screen when iPhone is locked, but only as a notification banner when you are using it. You can always display it as a full screen call by changing the settings. Open the Settings app and scroll down to Phone.
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Tap Incoming Calls and select Full Screen. That’s all you need to do, and now regular calls take up the entire screen.
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It was a quick way to set up call display as full screen. This is extremely useful in some cases, such as when older people are not used to the updated layout. This setting will apply to all apps that have calling functionality like FaceTime, WhatsApp, etc., and will make all calls appear as full screen notifications. What do you think? Let me know in the comments below.
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