Apple’s iOS 16.2 Beta 4 Notification Center no longer hides old notifications

Apple's iOS 16.2 Beta 4 Notification Center no longer hides old notifications

Apple's iOS 16.2 Beta 4 Notification Center no longer hides old notifications

Naija Tech News on December 2, in the latest Apple iOS 16.2 Beta 4 beta version, small but important changes have taken place in the way the notification center works. Old notifications are now displayed by default without the need to swipe up .

Apple's iOS 16.2 Beta 4 Notification Center no longer hides old notifications

Naija Tech News learned that in the current and early versions of iOS 16, users will not automatically see old notifications that have been received in the notification center like iOS 15, but must manually swipe up from the middle to display them .

In other words, if a new notification arrives and the user unlocks and locks the iPhone without interacting with it, iOS will treat it as an old notification and send it to the Notification Center, where it will be hidden from view by some users. Saying this often results in important notifications being missed.

It should be noted that in iOS 16.2 Beta 4, the lock screen will still hide old notifications unless the user swipe up from the middle of the screen. The change to show older notifications by default only applies to the Notification Center, which can be pulled down by swiping down from the top of the screen when the iPhone is unlocked.

It’s unclear if this change will happen with iOS 16.2, which is expected to be released later this month. Apple is currently testing improvements to the way iOS handles old notifications.

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