With the exception of "Reflection" on the iPhone X, Apple has not updated its catalog of ringtones and alerts since iOS 7 dropped back in 2013. Since then, the company has come a long way with the quality of the iPhone speakers, but their sounds have not adapted to make these changes. This allows others to create their own ringtones for the iPhone.
You may not be thinking about how the iOS ringtones and alarms will use the special speakers on your iPhone, but the sound engineer Ilija Cvetkovski. Cvetkovski, who is online with ILIJAC, was disappointed with the way Apple's sound rang on his iPhone X. Instead of complaining about it on the Internet, Cvetkovski designed a series of new ringtones and alarms that match the specifications of the iPhone speakers. 1
In a Reddit post on Monday, May 21, Cvetkovski described how he came up with the design of ringtones and alarms for the iPhone X's speakers, which he said, also work on the iPhone 8 Plus:  What I did was I tested the frequency range of the iPhone X speakers and designed sounds with a specific EQ and limiter that matched exactly the maximum and needed power. To get a bit closer, with a pink noise I examined the frequencies where the X is distorted and leveled them with EQ, while I praise the others where the volume is safer and can play louder frequencies.
Access to Ringtones and Alarm Sounds
Cvetkovski has posted all 30 ringtones and six alarms on his website for free. While you can donate, if you wish, there is no need for it (though I'm sure it will encourage him to make more clumps). Just scroll to the bottom of the page and tap either "Ringtones" or "Alarms." Tap the Play button on one of the two ringtone collections or the Alarms collection to hear a small preview of each file.
Install them on your iPhone
Unfortunately, it's not easy with iOS Download and install ringtones from non-Apple sources. To transfer these custom sounds to your iPhone, you need access to a computer running iTunes.
In the browser of your computer, visit the Ilijac website linked above and then click the "Download" link under either or both of the two ringtones collections or the alarm collection. Next, sign in to your Google Account to access the files on Google Drive (if not already signed in).
If you selected between bundle 0 or 1 from ringtones or the alarm package, the .m4r files are displayed The format that Apple uses for ringtones and other sounds is in the "iPhone" folder of each package, not the Folder "MP3".
You can just right-click on the "iPhone" folder and select "Download". Or, you can first open the folder in the drive to see its contents, and then tap the arrow next to "iPhone" to download all the songs. Alternatively, in the "iPhone" folder, you can right-click on each item and select "Download" to download tracks one at a time.
Once you have downloaded all the files you want to use, you need the Add sounds to iTunes and sync them to your iPhone. However, there are a few hurdles to watch out for, and the process varies depending on whether you're using iTunes 12.7 or later, or 12.6 or lower. Read our full tutorial on adding custom ringtones for all steps .
Once you've done that, try one of Cvetkovski's custom alarms. Maybe you will not wake up so surly, because they will be faded in to wake you up gently.