The controls for volume in iPhones and iPad are simple. You can easily adjust the volume anytime you wish too. You can use the volume buttons at the side of the device. There is also a switch to make it silent mode. Flicking the same switch can change it back to ringing mode. Aside from that, you can modify the sounds for ringtones, alerts, calls and others in Settings.

iPhones work perfectly great when it comes to apps, calls, messaging and more. However, there are users who reported that the volume for music is too low. The songs seem to be whispers and cannot be heard anymore. If that is the issue that you are currently facing, do not worry as we can definitely make your tracks sound louder.

If you don’t know how to use the music player, you can find the instructions here.

Solution to Fix iPhone SE Music Volume

These solutions are pretty simple. Follow the step by step guide to make iPhone music volume louder.

Solution 1: Turn off Volume Limit

iPhone Music Volume Too

To turn the volume limit feature off, go to Settings. Scroll down and choose Music. You will see Volume Limit. Make sure that it is turned off. Tap on it and swipe the slider to the maximum volume which removes any volume limit. Just make sure that the volume limit is off.

Go to your music app and see if the songs now are more audible than before.

Solution 2: Toggle OFF Facebook in-App Sound


If you have Facebook installed on your iPhone and in-app sound is on, it can affect the music app somehow. To turn it off, open Facebook app on your phone. Tap More option from the bottom. Tap on Settings. Three options will appear, choose Account Settings. From Account Settings, tap Sounds. Toggle off in-app sound.

After this, close all apps and reopen your Music app. This should solve the iPhone music volume issues that you have. If you know other solutions, do not hesitate to share in the comments below. Hope this helps!

Close Facebook App Running in the Background

Step 1: On your home screen, press Home button twice.

Step 2: Your screen will display all apps that are running in the background. Look for Facebook app by swiping from left to right. Swipe up to close it.

Step 3:  If you wish to close all apps that are running, simply swipe the apps up and it will close immediately.

Solution 3: Enable Sound Check

Sound Check feature detects songs that have low volumes. Enabling it can make songs with low volume louder. Some of your songs could have naturally low volume which jumps to the conclusion of having low volume problem.

To enable Sound Check feature, go to Settings. Tap on Music and you will see Sound Check. Simply tap to toggle it on. Close your music app and open it again. See the difference of the volume. Your tracks will be played louder, as well as the tracks with naturally low volume.

Solution 4: Turn EQ Off

Step 1: Open Settings app.

  1. How to Fix iPhone SE Music & Apps Volume Too Low Issues
  2. Step 2: Scroll down and look for Music.
    How to Fix iPhone SE Music & Apps Volume Too Low Issues
  3. Step 3: Scroll down to PLAYBACK section and make sure that EQ is off.Step 4: If EQ is on, simply tap EQ and tap the first option which is OFF. You will see a tick mark next to it.

How to Fix iPhone SE Music & Apps Volume Too Low Issues

Solution 5: Check the Sound Settings

To check the sound settings, follow these steps:

Step 1: Open Settings app.

Step 2: Tap Sound.

Step 3: Enable and increase the volume of sounds by swiping the slider to the right.

Solution 6: Adjust the Volume

Music Volume Too Low on iPhone SE : Here's the Fix

Usually, the two buttons at the side of any smartphones are used for adjusting the volume. During phone calls, same buttons can change volume of speaker or hands-free mode as active mode. When using apps that have sound effects, adjusting the volume using the volume buttons at the side of your phone will not affect the ringer volume.

If you want to boost the sound volume, you can find it through Improve Sound Quality on iPhone SE.

Solution 7: Restart your device

To restart your device, press and hold the Power or Lock button on your device together with the Home button which is always in the middle. Hold both buttons down for at least ten seconds until the Apple logo appears. Wait for your device to complete restarting.

Solution 8: Restore your device using iTunes

Step 1: Open iTunes on your PC or Mac that you used to back up your iPhone.

Step 2: Connect your device to PC or Mac using a USB cable and make sure to tap Trust This Computer when a message prompts.

Step 3: Click on your iPhone when it displays in iTunes.

Step 4: Click Restore Backup in iTunes. When a message prompts that your device’s software is not new, simply get the latest version.

Step 5: Check the date and size of each backup and select the most important.

Step 6: Click Restore and wait for the process to be over. Type your password if required.

Music Volume Too Low on iPhone SE : Here's the Fix

Step 7: Do not disconnect your device and wait for it to finish syncing. You can disconnect once the sync process is done.