How to See Old Notifications on iPhone 14?

How to See Old Notifications on iPhone 14

How to See Old Notifications on iPhone 14? You won’t be able to see deleted notifications, but the Notification Centre is a good place to start. This article will show you how to locate and deal with earlier iPhone alerts. Notifications that have recently appeared on your iPhone’s lock screen should be visible for a short period of time. However, they will soon vanish or be replaced by more recent ones. If you chance to miss any notifications, you may easily retrieve them.

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Attempting to view earlier (but still current) alerts on your iPhone’s lock screen follows the same processes whether you enable notifications to display on a locked iPhone or not.

How to See Old Notifications on iPhone 14?

  1. If your iPhone’s screen is off, switch it back on by tapping it or, depending on the model, pressing the Power or Home button.
  2. Swipe down on the lock screen of your iPhone to view a list of alerts. If there are no alerts to display, No Older alerts will appear instead.
  3. You may see all pending notifications or be organised into groups based on the apps that created the notifications, depending on the number of pending notifications.
  4. To access the Open button, tap on a notification, such as a text message.
  5. To access the associated app, tap access. To proceed, if your iPhone is locked, you must unlock it using Face ID, TouchID, or your password.
  6. Swipe left on notice (or collection of notifications) to bring up the Options and Clear/Clear All buttons.
  7. Tap Options to see a small menu where you may change the notification settings for the app from which the notification came. You can utilise the options to mute or turn off the app’s notifications if you like.
  8. To erase alerts from an organised group, tap Clear or Clear All (depending on whether there are one or numerous notifications in one category). This will delete any existing notifications from your lock screen until new ones occur, but it will have no effect on anything within the app. It will also have no effect on notification badges that display on the app’s icon.
  9. Tap X (next to Notification Centre), then Clear All Notifications to clear all current notifications at once. This, like Clear All, will clear any existing notifications from your iPhone’s lock screen.
  10. Swipe down from the top-left corner of the screen to view notifications while your phone is not on the lock screen. This will bring up your iPhone’s lock screen (but it will not lock your phone).
  11. Any accessible alerts will be displayed on the (unlocked) lock screen, organised by the app.
  12. If no notifications are available to see, the screen will display No Older Notifications instead.
  13. You can engage with any available notifications in the same way as described above.

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