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Many users search under Settings for an equalizer on the iPhone or iPad. An equalizer can be used to customize audio frequencies such as bass or treble, which shapes the sound output. Some listeners enjoy changing the EQ depending on what genre of music is playing.
There are no system-wide EQ settings to customize audio frequencies on the iPhone.
While the iPhone and iPad do not have system-wide EQ settings, Apple Music listeners can customize the audio playing on their devices.
When switched on, the equalizer for Apple Music does not have individual frequency controls. Instead, there are 23 presets to choose from:
Apple has more new devices coming in 2022 than ever before. This is according to Mark Gurman at Bloomberg, who calls the product launches the "widest array" of new hardware launches in Apple's history. The excitement is set to begin this spring, with an event rumored for March or April. Another round of product releases is slated for the fall. As always, there's a flurry of activity leading up to WWDC and this year will be no different.
The iPhone has always incorporated music playback as a core feature. The latest models are no different, with full integration of Apple Music as one of the flagship features of Apple's ecosystem. Listeners may be wondering how they can adjust the bass, midrange, and treble coming through their headphones or Bluetooth speakers. Unfortunately, the iPhone does not offer a system-wide equalizer to customize audio frequencies.