I hear this a lot, but despite what the customer agreement says, I’m not sure it’s ever been tested in court. Precedent was set by the music industry, but this isn’t music, and they never claimed the right to modify the content with or without user permission. If the customer wins suddenly there becomes a question if Apple can ever remove any feature. The only way anyone wins here is if Apple can understand why people want to turn it off. Or at least let customers disable notifications without completing the task.