2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 08:36
More recently, we told you about a new concept of control of the Do Not Disturb function, which involves the use of the pull to refresh method to enable / disable the mode. This concept looks extremely convenient and intuitive. However, the developer has another idea that will improve the Do Not Disturb option.
A new idea - silent notifications in the "Do not disturb" mode. As you know, this mode works only if the iPhone is locked. With Sentry's silent notifications, you can still use Do Not Disturb even while using your phone. In the video you can see how it is planned to implement the idea:
Such a solution will allow you to receive non-intrusive notifications that will not distract you from the application in which you are at the moment.
If the demand for such a concept of the Do Not Disturb function is high enough, then the ideas described above will be transformed into a full-fledged jailbreak tweak. However, even if the concept does not receive proper support now, it may be implemented in future versions of iOS.
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