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Apple iPhone 6 Plus iOS 10
Receiving too many notifications can sometimes be overwhelming and distracting. This tutorial will help you gain more control over your notifications by customising what pops up on your screen.
We will guide you step-by-step through the customisation of the
Go to the Start screen.
Choose an application, for example
To disable notifications for this application, disable
To stop notifications for this app being shown in the Notification Centre, disable
Show in Notification Centre
A badge app icon is the number in the red circle at the right upper corner of an app that indicates how many notifications you have received from the app.
To stop showing badge app icons for this app in the Notification Centre, disable
Badge App Icon
To stop showing notifications for this app on the lock screen, disable
Show on Lock Screen
ALERT STYLE WHEN UNLOCKED
, you can set the style of notifications you receive when your Apple iPhone 6 Plus is unlocked. If you choose:
: no notification will appear from the status bar.
: the notification will come down from the status bar and will disappear automatically.
: alerts require an action before proceeding.
Your notifications have now been customised.
To view your notifications, drag the status bar down.
If you have received notifications, these will be displayed here in the Notification Centre.
To remove a notification, swipe the notification to the side of the screen and choose
To remove all notifications, choose the cross symbol.
All notifications have been removed.
Return to the Start screen.
With your notifications under control, you might want to learn how to use
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