Emergencies and critical alerts are essential to keep communities safe, informed, and vigilant. Amber Alerts, for instance, are notifications about missing children. They’re designed to quickly disseminate information to the public to aid in the search and safe recovery of the child. While their intention is indisputably beneficial, there might be reasons someone wants to disable them, perhaps due to the distress they cause or other personal reasons.
If you’re an iPhone user and want to turn off Amber Alerts, here’s a step-by-step guide to help you: