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iOS 17: How to Disable Notifications in StandBy Mode on iPhone

Stop notifications from bothering you when your iPhone is not in use.

The most notable feature of iOS 17 has been Disable Notifications in StandBy Mode on iPhone. If you have your iPhone docked, are charging it, and are viewing it in landscape mode, you can now view important information with just a quick glance thanks to a brand new feature. Depending on the StandBy view that you prefer, you will be able to see either columns of widgets or your featured photos along with a full-sized clock.

Additionally, the mode enables you to view notifications, depending on the settings that you choose. However, there may be situations in which you want to disable (or enable) notifications while the mode is in the StandBy state. The following will show you how to accomplish that on your iPhone.

How to Enabling Notifications in Standby Mode on iPhone

  1. To configure your iPhone’s settings, open the Settings app.
  2. Tap the Standby option after scrolling down the menu.
  3. At the very bottom of the screen, you’ll see a toggle that corresponds to an option called Show Notifications.

How tp Disabling Notifications in Standby Mode on iPhone

  1. Launch the app labeledSettings” on your iPhone.
  2. Find the option that says Standby, and then click it.
  3. Find the settings for ‘Show Notifications‘ at the bottom of your screen, and disable it.

Benefits of Disabling Notifications

  • Reduce distractions: If you turn off notifications in Standby Mode, alerts and banners will not bother you. This can help you stay on task and avoid getting sidetracked.
  • Increase battery life: When your iPhone is in “Standby Mode,” it uses less battery power. You can get even more use out of your iPhone’s battery by turning off its notifications.
iOS 17: How to Disable Notifications in StandBy Mode on iPhone
  • Improve privacy: You won’t be able to see notifications from apps you aren’t using if you turn off notifications in Standby Mode. This can help you keep your privacy and stop you from getting a lot of alerts you don’t want.
  • Improve sleep quality: Disabling notifications on your iPhone can help you get a better night’s sleep if you use it in bed. This is because alerts and banners will not bother you.

Managing App-Specific Notification Settings

  1. Go to Settings and click on Notifications.
  2. Scroll down and tap on the app whose notifications you want to change.
  3. For each app, you can change the following settings:
  4. Allow Notifications: To turn on or off notifications for this app, flip this switch.
    • Sound: Pick a sound to play when this app sends you a notification.
    • Badge App Icon: Toggle this switch on or off to show or hide the unread notifications badge on the app icon.
    • Show Previews: Toggle this switch to show or hide the preview of a notification when this app sends you one.
    • Lock Screen: You can decide how notifications will show up on the lock screen.

What are Critical Notifications on iPhone?

In short, Critical Notifications are time-sensitive alerts that iOS says are very important. So, these notifications go around the focus mode, DND (do not disturb), and other similar settings to make sure you get the latest and most important information, like Amber alerts, check-in notifications, and so on. These alerts will also skip the StandBy mode so you can stay up to date.


How do I turn off notifications during certain times on my iPhone?

On iOS, tap the icon that looks like a gear. Scroll down until you see “Do Not Disturb,” and then move the Scheduled slider. This will bring up a screen where you can choose when your phone won’t ring, vibrate, or light up to let you know about notifications

Why am I still getting notifications on Do Not Disturb iPhone?

But if you think Do Not Disturb isn’t working right and you’re still getting notifications from apps you don’t want to hear from, go to Settings > Focus > Do Not Disturb > Apps to look at the apps that can send you notifications.

George Southwell
George Southwell
George Southwell is a seasoned content editor at Bollyinside, renowned for his expertise in simplifying complex tech topics. Specializing in "Tips and Tricks" articles, he excels in breaking down iPhone, Android, hardware, and software insights. George's insatiable curiosity fuels his hobby of testing the latest tech updates, keeping him on the cutting edge.
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