1. gnirkatto's Avatar
    I've been using iOS since quite a while now, and basically get along well. However, I do not fully understand the logic behind why the lock screen and the notification center are being seen differently in iOS:
    1. both the lock screen and notification center look the same.
    2. even when I disable notification in notification center for a certain app (lock screen & banner still on), the notification will also still show in notification center, or......
    3. ...in notification center (pull down from upper bezel on unlocked phone)/upper half, while further down the screen, it says 'notification center', with a bunch of other notifications following - does that mean this screen contains both content from the lock screen AND notification center? But when does it determine whether a notification shows in upper area of the screen or below, under 'notification center'???

    This may sound highly confusing, and I agree, it is.
    It is also not a big deal, as I can work notifications from both lock screen and notification center, like everybody else, I guess.
    However, the logic behind this is completely not understandable (for me). Is there a notification center only (on unlocked phone)? but why does it say 'notification center' in the middle of the screen only? And why do notifications still show in notification center (above header 'notification center'), although notification for 'notification center' was set to OFF ?

    To me this seems like a complete mess. What is the secret behind this?
    12-09-2019 11:42 AM
  2. Mars20's Avatar
    Notifications are very logical. They have wide range of settings to enable you to fine-tune how individual events/reminders/Apps prompt you. You may not want sensitive information displayed on a locked screen or you may only want a preview - you may want just a quick reminder or a reminder that won’t go away without you deleting it. You just need to go through the settings to achieve what you want.
    12-10-2019 05:04 AM
  3. gnirkatto's Avatar
    Notifications are very logical. They have wide range of settings to enable you to fine-tune how individual events/reminders/Apps prompt you. You may not want sensitive information displayed on a locked screen or you may only want a preview - you may want just a quick reminder or a reminder that won’t go away without you deleting it. You just need to go through the settings to achieve what you want.
    Thank you, I'm very familiar with all these settings.
    But this does not answer my questions.
    12-10-2019 05:48 AM

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