Since the release of iOS 14 or higher, iPhone shows a banner for incoming calls rather than a full-screen view. You might not get used to this pop-up incoming call notification and chances are you miss the call. Fortunately, there is a way to enable full-screen incoming calls on the iPhone.
You can also swipe down on the banner to expand the incoming call to full screen to view more call options but it can’t be the permanent solution. In this guide, we will show you how to enable full-screen incoming calls on the iPhone.
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Enabling Full-Screen Incoming Calls on iPhone
Follow the steps mentioned below to enable the full-screen notification for incoming calls on the iPhone:
- Open the “Settings” app on your Apple device by tapping on the gear icon, or by using the spotlight feature to search the app and tapping on the result to open it.
- In the “Settings” app, tap on the phone icon labeled as “Phone”.
- From “Phone” settings, select the “Incoming Calls” option.
- Under the heading “When iPhone is unlocked display as”, select “Full Screen”.
Phone, FaceTime, and other apps you use to receive calls will now display the full-screen display style.