Technology has brought humanity to the point where we can thoroughly enjoy our favourite tunes without the need for additional speakers or headphones. We're able to select a track and have our smartphone belt out bangers until the battery dies.

But there's obviously a limit to how loud these internal speakers can go; except most of us don't know the true limit.

There's a little-known feature which iPhone users can tap into if they want their music just that little bit louder. A Twitter user has taken the liberty to informing everyone that by going into the 'Music' section, pressing 'EQ' and switching it from 'Off' to 'Late Night'; the volume is slightly increased.

The simple tweet has been liked by more than 174,000 users, with hundreds more commenting on the post to thank him for gifting us with this sage piece of advice.

There are some people claiming that they can't notice that much of a change, but that could say more about their hearing than the volume level. Of course, you can try out different options depending on what music you're listening to, to optimize the sound output.

So there you have it, if you're listening to some damn fine tunes and want it as loud as technologically possible, now you can.


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