iPhone tips and tricks: How to customise your iPhone ringtone

    iPhone 13, iPhone 12, and iPhone 11 users can customise their iPhone ringtone and create even their own personalized one.
    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Jul 05 2022, 15:41 IST
    Customise your iPhone ringtone this way!
    Customise your iPhone ringtone this way! (HT Tech)
    Customise your iPhone ringtone this way!
    Customise your iPhone ringtone this way! (HT Tech)

    Got bored with your regular iPhone's ringtone? Then don't just change it, personalise it! Yes, you can personalize your iPhone ringtone without any problems. Though iPhones come with multiple default ringtones that you can choose from, but if you don't like any of those then there are so many other options available on iTunes store. Problem is that you'll have to pay to get them. Instead, you can customise your favorite sounds into ringtones, even songs. You can create your own ringtone which will be personal to you and your devices alone. Here is how to customise your iPhone ringtone.

    How to create your own iPhone ringtone?

    According to Apple Insider, there are multiple ways to create your iPhone ringtone and that too for free. And the first method is Wired Syncing for which you'll have to clip down a DRM-free MP3. On Mac, you can do it via GarageBand that comes with the various settings and instruments. You can clip down a song for up to 30 seconds or less. If you have a non-DRM MP3 file then also you can import it to GarageBand and create your own track. Once you clip the track via GarageBand on Mac here's how you can turn it into iPhone's ringtone:

    How to turn a GarageBand track into an iPhone ringtone?

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    Step 1:

    Once you create the composition, tap on Share and then Export it to Disk.

    Step 2:

    Name the tone and set the save location as appropriate on the desktop. Ensure that it is set to AAC, and click Export.

    Step 3:

    Now , right-click the clipped track and rename it by changing the suffix from .m4a to .m4r. 

    Step 4:

    Next, connect your iPhone to your Mac via a Lightning-to-USB cable and open Finder to select the iPhone.

    Step 5:

    Drag the ringtone file to the Finder window and it will be transferred to the iPhone.

    Step 6:

    Now just open Settings, select Sound & Haptics and click on Ringtone to select your new custom ringtone.

    Step 7:

    Whoa! Your iPhone now has a new ringtone.

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    First Published Date: 05 Jul, 15:41 IST
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