In iOS 14, Apple introduces persistent call banners instead of full-screen notifications. This is to say, whenever your iPhone is unlocked, regulars calls, FaceTime, and third-party VoIP incoming calls will appear in a compact, small space at the top of your screen.

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iOS 14 Interesting New Features You Should Know

This is a new UI compact call feature and it’s turned On by default. However, if you don’t find this feature attractive and preferred the old big contact picture in incoming calls, below is how to enable it in iOS 14.

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Disable Compact Calls & Enable Full-Screen Incoming Calls on iPhone in iOS 14

Step 1: Open the Settings app on your iOS 14 device.
Step 2: Then scroll down and tap on Phone.
Step 3: Tap on Incoming Calls.
Step 4: Here select Full Screen.

Done and from now on, all incoming calls whenever your iPhone is unlocked will take the full screen just as it does on the iOS 13 and the former. You should know that all incoming calls when the device is locked still take the full screen which is a good thing.

Disable Compact Calls & Enable Full-Screen FaceTime Calls in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14

Step 1: Open the Settings app on your devices.
Step 2: Tap on FaceTime.
Step 3: Tap on Incoming Calls.
Step 4: Choose Full Screen.

Done and from now on, all incoming calls on apps like Skype, WhatsApp, etc will occupy the full screen.

Wrapping Up:

This is how you can turn off the small screen on all incoming calls and enable full screen when your iPhone is unlocked. The steps are very simple and straightforward and anyone can do it without any issues.

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