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iOS 15 eliminates the Do Not Disturb option that silenced notifications just when iPhone was locked

With iOS 15, Apple extended the Do Not Disturb feature from iOS 14 into a full Focus Mode alternative that is intended to permit clients to set up various situations to deal with their incoming notifications.

Focus Mode is convenient in light of the fact that it allows you to decide precisely what alerts and applications you want to see at home, while at work, when sleeping, when exercising, and in different circumstances, however as Reddit clients have called attention to, Apple has dropped a key Do Not Disturb feature.

Do Not Disturb in ‌iOS 14‌ had a setting that permitted incoming calls and notifications to be silenced at all times, or just when the iPhone was locked. With this setting, you could turn on Do Not Disturb yet at the same time get the entirety of your calls and notifications in the event that you unlocked your phone and were actively using it.

Certain individuals utilized this setting to have Do Not Disturb active at all times during the day so the ‌iPhone‌ was silenced when it was locked, however they weren’t missing alerts when the ‌iPhone‌ was being used.

There is no comparable setting in Focus Mode, so there’s no longer an option to get notifications when the ‌iPhone‌ is unlocked and silence them when it’s not being used. With Focus Mode, it’s a win big or nothing experience – notifications are being gotten, or they’re silenced in all circumstances.

Numerous Reddit clients are discontent with the change and are trusting that Apple will once again introduce a comparative feature in a future ‌iOS 15‌ update.

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