It seems like everyone has an iPhone these days. It’s a great multimedia gadget that can handle a wide variety of tasks. The iPhone is more like a pocket computer than a cell phone. One great thing about the iPhone is that it is backed by Apple, who consistently ranks high on all measures of customer satisfaction. Apple makes your cell phone experience fun.
A great feature about the iPhone is the ability to customize any song into a personalized 30 second ringtone. For most of the music in your library, this costs $1.99. Unfortunately, Apple doesn’t provide any sort of support for converting MIDI ringtones. This is understandable, since they would like you to buy ringtones directly from them. However, with so many MIDI files available on the internet, there is no reason that we iPhone owners shouldn’t be able to use them as our own personal ringtones. I had a few MIDI files that I used on my older phones as ringtones that I also wanted to use on my iPhone. Since there is no built in support from Apple, I decided that I needed to figure it out on my own. Here is what I found.