Not getting notifications on iPhone? Try these solutions

Deepak Gupta July 31, 2022
Updated 2022/07/31 at 12:36 PM

These days, missing an important phone call or email can be quite frustrating, especially when you know you have your iPhone with you – but for some reason, it’s not notifying you of anything. Fortunately, there are a variety of solutions to resolve iPhone notification issues.

So, know today 4 solutions you should try if you are not receiving notifications on your iPhone.

1. Restart your iPhone

The first thing you should always do if you have a problem with your iPhone is to restart it. To do this, just search for your model in this guide from Apple and perform the steps mentioned therein.

If the problem persists, try the solutions below.

2. Make sure notifications are turned on

Sometimes the reason you're not getting notifications could simply be that you've somehow turned them off. Here's how to check if your notifications are turned on:

1. Go to "Settings".

2. Click on "Notifications".

3. Click "Previews" at the top.

4. Then select "Always" to receive notifications even if your iPhone is locked.

5. To make sure that notifications are turned on for a specific application, go to the "Notifications" menu and select the application you want to check.

6. In the application's notification settings, you will see the option "Allow notifications" which you must enable or disable as desired.

3. Connect your iPhone to the Internet

Some applications require Internet access to receive notifications. Here's how to make sure you have it:

1. Access your iPhone's "Settings".

2. Click "Wi-Fi" and make sure it's turned on.

3. Alternatively, click on "Mobile Network" and make sure it is enabled.

4. Reset your iPhone settings

This should be seen as the last option if all others fail. Resetting all your iPhone settings will erase all your Wi-Fi networks, preferences and passwords. However, your personal data such as text messages, photos and applications will be kept intact.

1. Go to "Settings".

2. In the settings, click "General".

3. At the bottom of the "General" menu, click "Transfer or reset iPhone".

4. Click "Reset".

5. In the pop-up that appears, click "Reset all settings".

6. Finally, enter your passcode (the one used to unlock the iPhone).

If none of these solutions solve your problem, your iPhone may have a more serious problem. Try taking it to Apple to see what they have to say.

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