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fizzingwhizzbee

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I have two questions regarding iOS 10:

1. I really hate the black/grey/orange color scheme for the clock/alarm. Is there any way to disable it?
2. How do you do quick replies? I haven't found it out yet—not from the lock screen and not from the notifications either. Is there a trick to it? So far all I manage is to delete them by swiping them left.
 

iFanaddic

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Sep 24, 2008
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I have two questions regarding iOS 10:

1. I really hate the black/grey/orange color scheme for the clock/alarm. Is there any way to disable it?
2. How do you do quick replies? I haven't found it out yet—not from the lock screen and not from the notifications either. Is there a trick to it? So far all I manage is to delete them by swiping them left.

1. Not that i know.

2. Been wondering about this too, thought I had disabled it accidentally, but no it's on.
 

gwang73

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Jun 14, 2009
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On the lock screen slide the notification to the left to reveal the View" option.

I believe if you catch the banner style notifications if one comes in while using the device you can swipe down.
This does work, but you need to slide down more than it was on iOS 9.

I hate the lockscreen quick reply on my iPhone SE without 3D Touch. Too many steps.
 

lagwagon

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Oct 12, 2014
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If the message just got in and I pull it down, it works. If there are more than one or if it's been sitting there for a while and I swipe to the left all I get is the option to delete it...

http://imgur.com/YqQzOJ7

If it's a third party app it has to wait until iOS 10 is released so that they can release an update for the newer notifications. (Because they changed a lot with iOS 10)
 
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utwarreng

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Aug 8, 2009
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If it's a third party app it has to wait until iOS 10 is released so that they can release an update for the newer notifications. (Because they changed a lot with iOS 10)

Does this include swiping up to hide notifications while using other apps? I find myself sometimes not able to see the top of my screen when I'm reading something, and previously I would just swipe/flick the notification upwards to dismiss it, but that doesn't seem to work since iOS 10.
 
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