Notifications are very much important for all iPhone users to stay connected to their friends, relatives, colleagues, etc. But when you are not receiving notifications for certain things on your iPhone, it can be seriously problematic for everybody.
There are several iPhone users who have started complaining about a unique issue on their iPhone where the missed call notifications are not showing up on their iPhone screen. Due to this, they are not getting notified about from whom they missed the call on their iPhone and it is affecting their communication with others.
The main reasons behind this issue could be one of the following.
- Do Not Disturb mode is enabled
- Notifications are disabled for the Phone app
- Problem with the Mobile Network connectivity issues
- Minor software bugs within the iPhone
In this post, you will learn some excellent troubleshooting tips to clear this issue.
Fix 1 – Enable the Notifications Settings for the Phone app
Step 1: Launch the Settings app on your iPhone first by clicking on the settings icon.
Step 2: After the settings page appears, search and click on the Phone option from the settings page menu as shown in the below screenshot.
Step 3: Now you should click on the Notifications option on the Phone settings page.
Step 4: Here you must enable the Allow Notifications option by tapping on its toggle switch as shown.
Step 5: After that, you should tick all the 3 Alerts options. i.e., Lock Screen, Notification Centre, and Banners.
Step 6: Also, enable the Badges option as well.
Fix 2 – Check the Do Not Disturb Settings on the iPhone
Step 1: First, you should open the Settings page.
Step 2: After the Settings app opens, click on the Focus option from the settings menu as shown below.
Step 3: Now select the Do Not Disturb option at the top as shown.
Step 4: Here you should tap on the People option.
Step 5: Just tap on the Allow Calls From option’s right side and this will pop up a context menu list.
NOTE – You must tap on the Allow Notifications From option at the top.
Step 6: Choose the Everybody option from the list as shown in the below screenshot.
Fix 3 – Force Restart your iPhone
Step 1: To start with, you must press the volume-up button and leave it immediately.
Step 2: Afterwards, you have to do the same by pressing the volume-down button and leaving it.
Step 3: Once done, you are required to press and hold the power button of your iPhone.
Step 4: Leave the power button after you see the Apple sign on the iPhone screen.
Step 5: This begins to force restart your iPhone.
Fix 4 – Refresh the Mobile Network Signal Using Airplane Mode
Step 1: Launch the Control Centre by swiping down the iPhone screen from the top right corner.
Step 2: After the control centre is open, tap on the Airplane Mode option to enable it.
Step 3: Once the Airplane Mode is active, it will disconnect all the network connections including mobile.
Step 4: Now you need to wait for some time and then should disable the Airplane Mode by tapping on the option from the control center.
Step 5: This will deactivate the Airplane Mode and will refresh all the network connections.
Fix 5 – Reset All Settings on the iPhone
When nothing seems to help in resolving this problem on your iPhone, you can reset all the iPhone’s settings by performing Reset All Settings on your iPhone. Once the reset is done, you can check whether the issue has got fixed.