On the earlier iOS updates, when someone makes a voice call or FaceTime call, it suddenly covers the entire screen of your device until you cancel or pick it. But with iOS 14 update, Apple added the Android-like feature to make persistent call banners instead of full-screen notifications. It means when you receive any call, now the default setting of iOS 14 shows the incoming calls at the small space at the top so that you can skip or ignore the call while doing your important work continue.
Since Apple has made this UI change in the iOS 14 update, many people like the change, but some wonder how to turn on full-screen incoming call iOS 14 again without downgrading to iOS 13. Without further ado, let’s get on the guide to get old iOS 13 incoming call full-screen feature on iOS 14.
How To Enable Full-Screen Incoming Calls in iOS 14 on iPhone
First, we are going to show you how to activate the full-screen incoming call function on iPhone running iOS 14.
Steps To Turn-ON full-screen incoming calls in iOS 14
- On your iPhone, go to the Settings section.
- Next, scroll down to and tap Phone.
- Here tap on Incoming Call and just select Full Screen.
Once you follow these three steps, you will get the older full-screen incoming call option back on your iPhone. In the future, if you change your mind and wish to disable full-screen function, then you can follow the same steps, but in the end, you need to choose Banners.
Similarly, you will also have to activate full-screen FaceTime calls in your iOS 14 running devices. So here are the steps to do it now.
Steps To Turn-ON full-screen FaceTime calls in iOS 14
- First of you need to launch the Settings app.
- Next, you have to tap on FaceTime.
- Now select Incoming Call, and on the next screen, you need to choose Full Screen.
This is how you can get the older incoming call UI screen on your iOS 14 device. While testing the new iOS 14 if you come across any other issue or any difficulty, do not hesitate to ask us through the comment section.