Have you ever been in a situation where you are sitting with your friends or family members, watching a video on your iPhone and suddenly a notification pops up with a message that you don’t want others reading it who are sitting beside you? Well, we all have been there some or the other time, and probably that’s why you are here reading this. This can be really annoying since now everyone knows who the message was from or even know what the message is about since they got to read a couple of words as well. Yup, there goes all your privacy!
If you have been there in that situation or maybe you haven’t, and you are just more cautious to prevent that, then you are at the right place. Today in this tutorial, we will show you exactly how to disable Pop-up Notifications on your iPhone. Now, first of all, to begin with, there are a couple of ways to do this, and in this tutorial, we will be showing you only one method for the same. Here, in this tutorial, we will show how to do this by going into the settings and bring this change.
How to Disable Notifications using Settings menu
You can disable this particular setting by going to the settings. Here’s how to do it.
- On your iPhone, simply go to the settings menu and look for an option called notification center.
- Now, once you are in the notifications menu, you can select/ deselect the apps that you want showing the notifications.
- Also, once you tap on the apps, you will be shown the alert style as well which you can select according to your preference for a given app.
- Just follow this method and do it for all and any apps for which you want the notifications to be shown or not.
If you followed this simple procedure, you should be good to go now. If you have any queries on this or probably any other suggestions, then be sure to leave them down below in the comment section and also be sure to Stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more tutorials like this for iOS.