Either you have been recently moved from Android to iOS or you are a new iPhone user and you are looking for a way to set alarm with specific date and time, this guide will show you how you can do that.
While on Android (if you are coming from Android to iOS), you can make use of the Clock app to set alarm on specific date and time, unfortunately iOS won’t allow you to do the same. But don’t get frustrated, the lacking of feature inside iOS Clock app is easily replaceable with the iOS Calendar app.
- This article share the simple way to set alarm on specific date and time on your iPhone.
- Although this article is meant for iPhone and iOS, the same steps work the same for iPad and iPadOS.
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Here’s how to use Calendar app to set alarm on specific date and time on your iPhone
|All the steps written here are tested on:|
Latest iOS – at the time this article is written is iOS 15.5 Public Beta and using the iPhone that I currently have – iPhone XR. In case you are not on iOS 15 or iPadOS 15 yet, check the link here to get iOS 15 & iPadOS 15: Here’s how to update iPhone to iOS 15 today (iPad and iPod Touch included!) at JILAXZONE.
Should you are using different version of iOS or iPadOS, the steps may be slightly different but should not deviate too much. Anyway, in case you have questions / issues, feel free to put them down on the comment section down below, I’ll be more than happy to help you.
Follow these simple steps to set your Alarm on specific date and time as you like.
1) Open Calendar app, you should be seeing the calendar in Month view where you can see the whole days within the current month.
2) Locate the date you want to set the alarm and tap on the date.
3) Tap on “+” button. The event window will pop-up.
4) Inside event window
|Title||Alarm for <put as you like here>|
|Starts||Set the starting date and time|
|End||Set the ending date and time. Do note, both start and end here is not the alarm starting date or end date, but rather the event start and end date.|
|Alert||This is where you can set the alarm / notification.|
To make it simple for you, if you need an alarm to ring off at 7 July at 11am, then set the Start date as 7 July then set the Start time as 11am. Then set the Alert as “At time of event”.
Bring it all together
You have just learned the basic on how to set alarm on specific date and time on your iPhone. Of course, you can further customize the setup in case you need more than just the basic alarm, such as reoccurring alarms.
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