img 2640 How To Get Full Screen Caller ID on iOS 15 With Picture On iPhone

How To Get Full Screen Caller ID on iOS 15 With Picture On iPhone

If you have an iPhone and have updated to iOS 15, you will notice some new features have been added to the current version of iOS. While your phone is unlocked, an incoming call appears as a banner notification on top of the screen, but it won’t distract you from doing whatever you’re doing. There is a phone call at the moment. This notification banner, on the other hand, is not to everyone’s taste, and calls can easily be overlooked. Services like “Remind me Later” and “Messages” won’t be available at the moment. In this guide, we will show you how to get full screen caller ID on iOS 15 with a picture on your iPhone 11, 12, and 13.

Get Full Screen Caller ID on iOS 15

You can enable and use full screen Caller ID on your iPhone 11, 12, and 13 by selecting an option on your iPhone settings. After that, all incoming calls will take up the whole screen, exactly as they do when your phone is locked. To do so, follow the instructions below:

Step 1. To get started, go to the Settings app on your iPhone.

Open the settings on your iPhone
Go to settings

Step 2. Then, scroll down and select “Phone” from the list of apps.

Tap on the “Phone” app from settings
Select the “Phone” app

Step 3. Now, to add a full-screen caller ID, tap on “Incoming Calls.”

Tap on the “Incoming Calls” to add a full-screen caller ID on iOS 15
Click on the “Incoming Call”

Step 4. Now you will see two options on your screen: “Banner” and “Full Screen.” Click on “Full Screen” to enable full screen caller ID on your iPhone.

Now tap on "Full Screen" and  if you want a banner mode, return to the banner option.
Select “full-screen”

That’s it! You have now enabled full screen caller ID on your iOS 15 device. From this moment on, whenever someone calls, you’ll see a full screen caller ID.

Add an image for Caller ID on iOS 15

Don’t you think adding a picture to your iPhone’s full-screen caller id would be amazing if that person calls? Well, if you do, follow the steps below to add a picture to a specific contact or all of your contacts.

Step 1. Firstly, go to your iPhone and open “Contacts.”

From your phone, open the contact app.
Open the “Contact “ App

Step 2. Now, find and select the contact number to which you wish to add a photo.

Select the contact to which you want to add a photo.
Select your contact

Step 3. Now, under the contacts icon, tap on the “Add Photo” option.

To add a photo, tap "Add Photo" and select the image you want to use.
Tap on the “Add Photo”

Step 4. Now, you see a bunch of icons on the screen. Tap on the “Gallery” icon to see the photos in your gallery.

To provide the photos on your phone, press the "Gallery Icon."
Press on the “Gallery Icon”

Step 5. Select a picture for the selected contact.

Choose a photo from the gallery.
Select a picture

Step 6. After selecting the picture, move and scale the picture to fit in the circle, then tap on “Choose” to continue.

To position it into the circle, move and scale it with your fingers.
Move and Scale it

Step 7. Here are some effects for the photo; if you’re interested, select an effect and press “done” to add it to the contact.

Choose the effect here and tap "done."
Choose “Effect” and press “Done”

Step 8. To finish adding a photo to the selected contact, tap “Done.”

Tap “Done” to set the picture to the contact
Tap “Done”

That’s it! When someone calls you, you will now see a full screen caller ID with the contact picture on your iPhone screen.

Get full screen caller id in iOS 15
Here is the full-screen Caller ID with a picture.

Final Words

You now know how to get full screen caller ID on iOS 15 and photos of your iPhone contacts. If you don’t like the full-screen caller ID, you can disable it and return to the little banner at the top. Finally, if you have any questions or anything to add, please leave them in the comments area.

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