If you have a Bluetooth device such as a smartwatch or fitness tracker paired with your iPhone, you might get annoyed by notifications sent to the device. Luckily, there’s a way to can keep your iPhone from sending those notifications along. Here’s how.
First, open the Settings app on your iPhone.
In Settings, tap “Bluetooth.”
In Bluetooth settings, tap the name of the Bluetooth device you’d like to disable notifications for. In our example, we have a Garmin Fenix 7X, but the name you see will likely be different.
In the options for the Bluetooth device you selected, flip the switch beside “Share System Notifications” to the off position.
(If you don’t see this option, then it’s possible that the device does not support disabling notifications. Check the device manufacturer’s website for assistance.)
After that, exit Settings. From now on, you will no longer see or receive iPhone system notifications on your Bluetooth device. Peace at last!
RELATED: What Is Bluetooth?
- › Here Are the Best iPhone Apps of 2022, According to Apple
- › Linux on Apple Silicon Macs Is Now Good Enough for Gaming
- › Score Microsoft’s New Surface Pro 9 at Its Lowest Price Ever
- › How to Use an Advanced Filter in Microsoft Excel
- › How to Enable Battery-Saving Mode in Google Chrome
- › The Logitech Litra Will Brighten Your Webcam View at $10 Off