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How to hide notifications on iPhone screen

How to hide notifications on iPhone screen 

Mobile devices allow notifications, alerts and notifications to be displayed on the screen in different formats, so that it is not necessary to unlock the smartphone to recognize them, but this can have a significant drawback, since they can also be accessed by other people or simply prefer not to be trapped in a large number of Email notifications or WhatsApp messages arriving in continuous succession at any given moment. To avoid these inconveniences or such indiscretions, iOS allows you to remove notifications from appearing on your locked iPhone screen.

It must be remembered first of all that iOS provides different ways to notify alerts or enter messages, customize different formats for the same notification in terms of the way it appears on the screen, the ability to identify the user if it disappears after a few seconds or remains persistent, as well as whether The notification is associated with any sound and/or vibration. And in terms of how to display it, there is the option of strips in different parts of the screen and in different sizes. But if you want to do without notifications, there are two formulas to make it happen

First of all, to interrupt notifications at a specific time, you have to start from the locked iPhone screen when notifications appear. When you move it to the left, an option appears that allows you to manage it, and choose the option to silence it. With this, the notifications will be collected in the Notification Center but will not be displayed on the lock screen anymore, so no alerts, vibrations or any notification will appear after this action on the screen. Of course, this will only work for the specific app whose notification has been handled, so the procedure will have to be repeated if the notification comes from any other app from which you don't want to receive notifications.

Another alternative might be to unlock the device and access the notifications section of the settings menu, where you have to access the apps one by one to set the type of notification you want (and you can also disable them), bearing in mind that there is a specific option to selectively allow the desired app(s) That the notification occurs while the screen is locked.

Finally, considering that if notifications are not received, there are messages or alerts that may go unnoticed by the user, we must remember that in the latest iOS update includes a summary of notifications that you categorize and configure according to them. its importance.