If you notice that you are receiving SMS and iMessages from people but are not receiving any notifications about them, you are not alone. far from it. I’m one of many people with an annoying bug where messages come in fine – but without any popup notification or even the usual red badge to indicate there’s a new message waiting to be read.
Last month , Mac rumors Books about increasing reporting on the problem On the new iPhone 12, 12 mini, 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max. But it also appears to affect people who have older iPhones as well, so this seems more and more like an iOS 14 problem. What makes the problem even worse is that it doesn’t Always Happen or occur. I have noticed some messages pop up on my lock screen as usual, but others are rolling in quietly and I’m not the wiser.
The people in it are so great Mac rumors Threading tried to come up with workarounds like turning off Messages on the Mac, or deleting and re-adding contacts. Some notice that they receive notifications if they force the Messages app to close completely every time after sending a text message. In other cases, missing notifications only happen for pinned conversations, and uninstalling contacts appears to do the trick. There are scattered reports of success with these short-term reforms, but they don’t work for everyone. There is, too This 42-page thread is on the company’s support forums About persistent frustrations.
Those who deal with the issue are understandably disappointed that Apple hasn’t released a comprehensive fix yet. These are very basic things, and they will likely cause some awkward conversations between spouses or friends when messages stay there for hours without the recipient knowing they came. And if you were hoping all would be fine when iOS 14.3 was released next week, I wouldn’t be sure. Early reports suggest that the no text notifications bug still exists – at least in some cases – in the iOS 14.3 Candidate Second Edition that Apple rolled out to public beta testers yesterday.
the edge I contacted Apple for more information on the status of this error and the company’s plans to resolve it.
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