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connecting iPhone and ringer volume question

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Anyone connecting an iPhone 13 pro or similar to a newer Cayenne?   When you turn off car & exit , is your iPhone ringer volume always maxed out? Consistently with ours, we get out of the car and the phones ringer has always been turned to max loudness.

anyone else’s?


I can actually see the ringer volume slider change from current lower setting to 100% when iPhone is placed in and connects in the charging tray OR plugged into car via any one of the 3 usb-c ports. It'll change to 100% almost instantly.


This does not happen when phone is blue toothed.

Edited by WTL
added info for clarity
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Heard back from Porsche of New Orleans.... Was told that it's normal for Porsche's to turn the volume to 100% so that you can hear the phone. Whew! 

I wonder why no other car we have OR have ever had has done this?!? Its so relaxing to come into the house , get a call and have the ringer blast you at full volume.

Gotta love German engineering and why they think they have to control iPhones too.

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