Embarrassed by your iPhone suddenly lighting up during crucial time period, such as a business meeting? There are some times we want to keep our iPhone silent. No worries. This is what Do Not Disturb, a helpful iPhone setting, can do. Spend a few minutes to read this post to know more about the Do Not Disturb on your iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 5S, 5, 4S etc. and free you from those boring calls and unwanted disruptions.
Do Not Disturb (DND), a feature that is enabled in iOS 6 and higher, including the latest iOS 8, iOS 9, stops notifications, alerts, and calls from making any noise, vibration or lighting up the iPhone screen when the iPhone is locked. Do Not Disturb allows you to set periods of time in which you won't be notified of phone calls, text messages and app alerts – except those coming from people you choose.
Do Not Disturb mode collects texts, alerts, emails and phone calls on your behalf until it is turned off. DND mode gives you the option to allow emergency calls through, so you have peace of mind that if something important happens, your people can get a hold of you.
Airplane mode disables the cellular data service on your phone, so no calls will come through. Airplane mode also allows you to turn on wi-fi, so any app that works over wi-fi is active, including alerts, texts (iMessage) and emails.
There are mainly 2 ways to turn Do Not Disturb feature on or off:
These settings can determine when you want to be disturbed:
That's all for Do Not Disturb feature on iPhone. With a better understanding of it, you will never be disturbed by phone calls, text messages and app alerts when you don't want to. Go to iPhone Problems and Fixes for more trouble-shooting tips for all kinds of all kinds of iPhone and iOS system issues.
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