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The disappearing iPhone notification

 For some reason, the iPhone notification settings allow a user to turn off every notification option and still leave “View in Lock Screen” selected.

In practical terms, what this means is that you can have your phone asleep in your pocket, and get a buzz notifying you that something has happened. You take your phone out of your pocket, and on the lock screen, there’s a message waiting for you.

You swipe to unlock, and poof, the message disappears. Pull down the notification screen to see what it was—and it’s not there. Lock the phone again and try to look at it on the lock screen—also gone.

This option makes zero sense. Can anyone think of a reason why a user should be allowed to set their notification options this way?

The disappearing iPhone notification

 For some reason, the iPhone notification settings allow a user to turn off every notification option and still leave “View in Lock Screen” selected.

In practical terms, what this means is that you can have your phone asleep in your pocket, and get a buzz notifying you that something has happened. You take your phone out of your pocket, and on the lock screen, there’s a message waiting for you.

You swipe to unlock, and poof, the message disappears. Pull down the notification screen to see what it was—and it’s not there. Lock the phone again and try to look at it on the lock screen—also gone.

This option makes zero sense. Can anyone think of a reason why a user should be allowed to set their notification options this way?

The disappearing iPhone notification

 For some reason, the iPhone notification settings allow a user to turn off every notification option and still leave “View in Lock Screen” selected.

In practical terms, what this means is that you can have your phone asleep in your pocket, and get a buzz notifying you that something has happened. You take your phone out of your pocket, and on the lock screen, there’s a message waiting for you.

You swipe to unlock, and poof, the message disappears. Pull down the notification screen to see what it was—and it’s not there. Lock the phone again and try to look at it on the lock screen—also gone.

This option makes zero sense. Can anyone think of a reason why a user should be allowed to set their notification options this way?

The disappearing iPhone notification

 For some reason, the iPhone notification settings allow a user to turn off every notification option and still leave “View in Lock Screen” selected.

In practical terms, what this means is that you can have your phone asleep in your pocket, and get a buzz notifying you that something has happened. You take your phone out of your pocket, and on the lock screen, there’s a message waiting for you.

You swipe to unlock, and poof, the message disappears. Pull down the notification screen to see what it was—and it’s not there. Lock the phone again and try to look at it on the lock screen—also gone.

This option makes zero sense. Can anyone think of a reason why a user should be allowed to set their notification options this way?

The disappearing iPhone notification

 For some reason, the iPhone notification settings allow a user to turn off every notification option and still leave “View in Lock Screen” selected.

In practical terms, what this means is that you can have your phone asleep in your pocket, and get a buzz notifying you that something has happened. You take your phone out of your pocket, and on the lock screen, there’s a message waiting for you.

You swipe to unlock, and poof, the message disappears. Pull down the notification screen to see what it was—and it’s not there. Lock the phone again and try to look at it on the lock screen—also gone.

This option makes zero sense. Can anyone think of a reason why a user should be allowed to set their notification options this way?

The disappearing iPhone notification

 For some reason, the iPhone notification settings allow a user to turn off every notification option and still leave “View in Lock Screen” selected.

In practical terms, what this means is that you can have your phone asleep in your pocket, and get a buzz notifying you that something has happened. You take your phone out of your pocket, and on the lock screen, there’s a message waiting for you.

You swipe to unlock, and poof, the message disappears. Pull down the notification screen to see what it was—and it’s not there. Lock the phone again and try to look at it on the lock screen—also gone.

This option makes zero sense. Can anyone think of a reason why a user should be allowed to set their notification options this way?

The disappearing iPhone notification

 For some reason, the iPhone notification settings allow a user to turn off every notification option and still leave “View in Lock Screen” selected.

In practical terms, what this means is that you can have your phone asleep in your pocket, and get a buzz notifying you that something has happened. You take your phone out of your pocket, and on the lock screen, there’s a message waiting for you.

You swipe to unlock, and poof, the message disappears. Pull down the notification screen to see what it was—and it’s not there. Lock the phone again and try to look at it on the lock screen—also gone.

This option makes zero sense. Can anyone think of a reason why a user should be allowed to set their notification options this way?

The disappearing iPhone notification

 For some reason, the iPhone notification settings allow a user to turn off every notification option and still leave “View in Lock Screen” selected.

In practical terms, what this means is that you can have your phone asleep in your pocket, and get a buzz notifying you that something has happened. You take your phone out of your pocket, and on the lock screen, there’s a message waiting for you.

You swipe to unlock, and poof, the message disappears. Pull down the notification screen to see what it was—and it’s not there. Lock the phone again and try to look at it on the lock screen—also gone.

This option makes zero sense. Can anyone think of a reason why a user should be allowed to set their notification options this way?

The disappearing iPhone notification

 For some reason, the iPhone notification settings allow a user to turn off every notification option and still leave “View in Lock Screen” selected.

In practical terms, what this means is that you can have your phone asleep in your pocket, and get a buzz notifying you that something has happened. You take your phone out of your pocket, and on the lock screen, there’s a message waiting for you.

You swipe to unlock, and poof, the message disappears. Pull down the notification screen to see what it was—and it’s not there. Lock the phone again and try to look at it on the lock screen—also gone.

This option makes zero sense. Can anyone think of a reason why a user should be allowed to set their notification options this way?

The disappearing iPhone notification

For some reason, the iPhone notification settings allow a user to turn off every notification option and still leave “View in Lock Screen” selected.

In practical terms, what this means is that you can have your phone asleep in your pocket, and get a buzz notifying you that something has happened. You take your phone out of your pocket, and on the lock screen, there’s a message waiting for you.

You swipe to unlock, and poof, the message disappears. Pull down the notification screen to see what it was—and it’s not there. Lock the phone again and try to look at it on the lock screen—also gone.

This option makes zero sense. Can anyone think of a reason why a user should be allowed to set their notification options this way?