On iPhone, there is a physical switch on the left side of the device for turning on “Silent Mode”. This mode does not disable all sounds. For example, if you open YouTube in Safari and play a video, it will produce sound.
By definition, “silent” means “not making or accompanied by any sound”, so Silent Mode is a lie. It doesn’t stop all sounds but only some sounds.
What I want is to stop all sound, regardless of where it is coming from. I actually don’t understand the use-case for Silent Mode. If I’m at a meeting and don’t want my phone to produce sound, turning on Silent Mode is not enough, so what’s the point?
Is it possible to stop an iPhone from producing any sound?