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To turn off notifications on your Samsung Galaxy S10, you can edit your settings or use Do Not Disturb. Here's how to do it.
Your Android's Do Not Disturb mode can silence notifications, alerts, phone calls, and text messages when you want to tune out your phone.
You can use the Do Not Disturb feature on your iPhone whenever you want to silence any calls, texts, or other notifications. Here's how to use it.
‘What does the half-moon icon mean on an iPhone?’: How to turn off Do Not Disturb mode, or unmute a specific conversation in Messages
The half-moon icon on your iPhone means you've enabled Do Not Disturb, or muted a specific conversation in Messages. Here's what you need to know.
‘Why does my iPhone go straight to voicemail?’: How to troubleshoot your iPhone to ensure it rings when you get a call
Your iPhone might go straight to voicemail on incoming calls for a number of reasons, including your Do Not Disturb settings or several other issues.
How to turn off notifications on your iPhone for individual apps, or adjust the types of notifications you receive
You can adjust or turn off notifications on an iPhone for individual apps, or disable them for a period of time with Do Not Disturb. Here's how.
How to turn an iPhone’s ‘Do Not Disturb While Driving’ mode on or off, or set it to enable automatically
You can turn off driving mode on an iPhone automatically or manually, and even add it to your iPhone's Control Center to enable it with one tap.
Using your phone while driving is becoming popular, but it's a bad idea. You'll get hurt, or kill someone. Seriously.
The iPhone is a powerful device, if you know how to use it. These tips and tricks will make you into a pro.
The 5 most important announcements Apple made at its biggest conference of the year, and what they mean for the future
Apple made a ton of important announcements at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) keynote. But it's worth highlighting some of the most important announcements Apple made for developers, consumers, and the company itself.