Do Not Disturb on iOS 6 – Disable Notification Center

Posted: September 23, 2012 in Gadgets, Geek Stuff

Apple introduced iOS 6 with more than 200 amazing features in it. Some features were very prominent and were called, Keynotes, such as Facebook integration, Improved Siri, Passbook, Completely redesigned Map Application by Apple and Do Not Disturb. Today, we are going to explore the DND (Do Not Disturb) and how to use it? Read the details after jump.

Do Not Disturb on iOS 6

Do Not Disturb works perfectly with the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad and when you will turn on this feature, it will not allow the screen to turn “ON” when an alert or notification is received. So, in this way, it will not wake you up but still you will be able to receive notifications, moreover, it is a perfect replacement of the Vibrations.

How to use this feature? Open “Settings” and just below the “Bluetooth” you will find the “Do Not Disturb”. You can turn it “ON”. Now, all the notifications will be silenced until you turn this feature “OFF”. You can also configure different settings for this feature.

Do Not Disturb on iOS 6

From the “Settings” panel, Tap on “Notifications” and open up “Do Not Disturb”. The first thing is to “Scheduled” this feature; you can select the timing for Do Not Disturb. Well, thanks to Fruit Company which has also added certain options to cope up with Emergency conditions? You can allow calls from different Contacts by adding them in “favorites”.  There is another feature “Repeated Calls” which works as:

When Enabled, A second call from the same person within the three minutes will not be silenced.

Do Not Disturb on iOS 6

That’s it! You can set “Do Not Disturb” according to your needs.

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