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Where’s Flashlight On iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max/iPhone X And iPhone 10?

Practice showed us that even the simplest actions can raise numerous concerns and questions. With the iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max/iPhone X and iPhone 10 being so recently released on the market, we thought you might need some help on learning how to use its Flashlight. Because yes, the latest iPhones have kept this useful option that the iPhone devices had, just like many other Apple devices before them.

The intensity of the Flashlight widget didn’t really change, so, the general advice would be the same – it’s not going to compare to a LED Maglight. But just the same, it’s going to make a difference when you will really need it. So, let’s skip the intro and show you some action.

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From where you can activate the iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max/iPhone X and iPhone 10 Flashlight:

  1. Unlock the screen of your Apple iPhone and stop by the main screen, like you always do when you need to access the Settings;
  2. This time, swipe bottom up, to extend that menu with quick settings;
  3. In there, the Flashlight widget should have its own suggestive icon, somewhere towards the lower left corner.


With these 3 steps, you’ve come to the right place for the activation of the Flashlight. And like all the other quick settings listed within that menu, one tap is all you need to turn it on. Just like one more tap is all you will need to turn it back off, in the end.

You will notice that, once you have activated the widget and the flashlight is up and running, the notification bar will display the tiny flashlight icon. That’s another place where you can tap to turn it off, assuming you have left the quick settings menu in the meantime. Now that you know how to turn on the flashlight on the iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max/iPhone X and iPhone 10, it kind of looks like there’s no big difference, right?

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