The first thing that you should do is locate the iPad volume buttons on your device. These buttons should be located along the side of your iPad, and you can use them to adjust both the ringer volume, which controls the sound for notifications and alerts, as well as music and video volume, which affects things like music playback or watching movies or TV shows on your iPad.
You may also access other settings that affect the sound, such as Do Not Disturb mode, which will silence all sounds on your iPad automatically.
To do this,
Go to the Settings app
Scroll to “Do Not Disturb” and tap on it
Toggle On/Off the “Do Not Disturb”
Next, you may choose the Scheduled feature to activate the DND only for a specific period of time.
Adjusting the volume on an iPad is a quick and easy process that anyone can do with just a few simple clicks.
But what if you do not want to use these side buttons. Read the next solution.
Use the Volume Slider in the Settings App
You can use the volume button to adjust the iPad’s volume in the Settings app. In Settings > Sounds, drag the slider to your desired level. The further you move it to the right, the louder sounds will be played on your iPad.
Changing an EQ Setting
If you’ve ever tried to watch a movie on your iPad in a noisy environment, you know that it can be difficult to hear the audio over all the ambient noise. Even cranking up the volume to the maximum level can sometimes fall short of what’s needed to make the audio truly audible. Luckily, there’s a simple solution that can help you get more volume out of your iPad:
Tap on the Settings app
Next, tap EQ and choose one of the bass-boosting presets, such as “Late Night”
Late Night essentially tones down loud sound to make it easier to hear dialog and other important audio cues, even when there’s a lot of background noise. And since it doesn’t increase the overall volume level of your iPad, you don’t have to worry about disturbing your fellow passengers on a plane or in a waiting room.
So next time you need a little extra volume, give Late Night a try. You may be surprised at how much difference it makes.
Use Assistive Touch
Assistive Touch is a feature on the iPad that allows you to manage the device without using physical buttons. This can be helpful if you have difficulty reaching the buttons, or if you want to avoid wearing down the buttons over time. Assistive Touch can be used to control the volume on your iPad.
To do this,
1. Open the Settings app.
2. Tap Accessibility.
3. Go to Touch > AssistiveTouch.
4. Turn on AssistiveTouch. A button will appear on your screen.
5. Tap the AssistiveTouch button, then tap Device.
6. Tap and hold the Volume Up button until the volume increases to your desired level.
Now that we know different ways to turn up the volume on the iPad, let’s look at other common questions.
A nice feature to have is the ability to set a volume limit on your iPad, as well as how to restrict your child’s access to certain settings so they can’t undo them.
Most often than not, your iPad must have come with the cheap headphones included. Your kid probably loves the bass and these cheap headphones are terrible at producing those low frequencies. As a consequence, these are harmful to the ears.
Let’s see how you can adjust the volume & lock this.
How to lower your Maximum volume?
Plugin the headphone on your iPad and turn on some music.
Now raise the volume to the maximum level possible.
Make a note of the volume bar that shows up at the bottom of the screen and adjust it to a maximum volume level of your choice.
Go to Settings and scroll down to Music.
Tap on Music >Volume Limit and pull the slider to the maximum level you decided on.
Tap the back arrow to go back to Settings
Now go back to that Music and turn the Sound settings to a maximum volume limit. It shouldn’t sound like it is blasting off your ears anymore!
If you are worried that your kid will go back and undo the changes, then Apple does give an option of Parental Control.
How To Lock the Volume on an iPad?
Yes, there is a way to lock the volume control. The earlier versions of iOS had the “Restrictions” feature to lock the volume control but it has given way to the newer way of achieving this.
Follow the steps closely.
Go to Settings >Music
On the left side, tap on Volume Limit to set the limit
Re-enter it one more time to reconfirm
Hit the back arrow to Move back all the way to Play Back and toggle on Sound CheckSo now, you have successfully set the volume limit.
The next part is to restrict volume so that it cannot be changed and is locked.
Go to Settings > Screen Time
Scroll to Content & Privacy Restrictions and tap on it
Go to Volume Limit and select Don’t Allow.
Hit the back arrow to come back to the Screen Time menu
Tap “Use Screen Time Passcode” and enter the 4-digit passcode.
Once you set the passcode your kid will no longer be able to change the Sound Limit unless he cracks the passcode.
Restart your iPad to ensure changes take effect.
Tip: Don’t forget the passcode else you will not be able to change the sound level in the future.
But if your Screen Time is not set, you need to set it up like this:
To check this, go to Content & Privacy Restrictions and see if the Volume Limit is set to Don’t Allow. If so, you won’t be able to adjust the volume with the buttons. You can change this setting by tapping on the volume limit and selecting the “Allow” option.
Enable Silent or Vibrate mode
Assuming you have the Apple iPad Pro 11 iOS 12.1, you can easily enable silent or vibrate mode. Here’s how :
Enable Silent Mode on iPad
From the top right side of the screen pull down the screen
Tap the sound mode icon On to enable Silent mode
Again slide the screen upwards to return back to the home screen
Enable Vibrate Mode on iPad
Go to Settings > Sounds & Haptics
Choose: Vibrate on Ring or Vibrate on Silent
Toggle it on
FAQ: How to control Volume on iPad
Where is the volume control on an iPad pro?
To adjust the volume on your iPad Pro, go to Settings > Sounds. Here you’ll see a slider that you can use to control the volume of your device. You can also use the buttons on the side of your iPad Pro to adjust the volume. If you want to mute your iPad Pro, you can do so by holding down the volume button.
Why does my iPad have no sound?
iPad doesn’t have any sound because it is muted or volume slider reads 0 or the iPad is in Silent mode. To turn Silent mode off follow the below steps: 1. Pull down the screen from the top right side of the screen 2. Tap the sound mode icon Off to disable the Silent mode 3. Now slide the screen upwards with your fingers to return back to the home screen Along with this increase the volume level to make your iPad louder.
How do I manually turn up the volume on my iPad?
To manually turn up the volume on your iPad use the volume button on the right side of the frame while listening to music, watching movies, or playing games.
So yeah that’s how I turn on the sound on my iPad. Which method did you like most?
Or do you have any other way of adjusting the volume? Either way, do let me know in the comments below now.
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