iOS 12 Push Notifications Not Working? Here's the fix

Some iPhone Users had reported a problem that, after upgrading iOS 12 the Push Notifications on their device doesn’t work fine. It seems to be a frustrating issue for you right…? If yes, don’t be panic. I am here to help you. Here, I gonna share some tricks with you so that you can get rid of this “iOS 12 Push Notifications Not Working” issue easily.
Fix 1: Turn Off Do Not Disturb

  1. Launch Settings.
  2. Tap on Do Not Disturb.
  3. Turn Off Do Not Disturb.

Note: When Do Not Disturb feature is turned On, you will not receive any Push Notifications from your device.
Fix 2: Restart your device

  1. Firstly, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until the slider appears.
  2. Slide to power off and then wait for a few seconds.
  3. Again, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until you see an Apple Logo to restart it.

Fix 3: Check if your device is not muted.
Make sure that your iPhone is not in Silent Mode/Muted.
Fix 4: Change Notification Settings

  1. Go to Settings->Notifications.
  2. Tap “Show Previews”.
  3. Select “Always” from three options.
  4. There you can see many apps under “NOTIFICATION STYLE” such as App Store, Calendar, FaceTime, Games, Health, and more.
  5. Select any one of the items. Make sure that “Allow Notifications” option is enabled.
  6. Make sure that “Show on Lock Screen” is turned on.
  7. Disable “Show in History”.
  8. Enable “Show as Banners”. Select “Persistent” under Show as Banners.
  9. Likewise, do this for all apps under “NOTIFICATION STYLE”

Fix 5: Check for a stable internet connection

  1. Launch Settings.
  2. Tap on Wifi and then turn it on.
  3. Select your preferred Network and then connect it.


  1. Launch Settings.
  2. Tap on Mobile Data and turn it on.

Fix 6: Check for Software Update

  1. Go to Settings->General->Software Update.
  2. Tap “Download and Install” if an update is available.

Fix  7: Reset All Settings

  1. Go to Settings->General->Reset.
  2. Tap “Reset All Settings”.
  3. Enter passcode if required and then tap “Reset All Settings” in the pop-up box.

Note: When you Reset All Settings, your iPhone will remove all Bluetooth pairing details, saved Wi-Fi Networks & passwords,  and APN & VPN settings.
Fix 8: Factory Reset

  1. Open Settings->General->Reset.
  2. Select “Erase All Contents and Settings”. Enter passcode if it is required.
  3. Then you will be asked to enter Apple ID password. Enter it. The reset process will take 1 or 2 minutes.
  4. Now turn on your device.
  5. You can see the Apps & Data screen with four options. Tap “Restore from iCloud Backup”.
  6. Sign in to iCloud. To do that you have to enter Apple ID & Password. Then tap “Next” at the right upper corner of the screen.
  7. Then tap “Agree” to agree to the Terms and Conditions.
  8. The latest list of Backup for your iPhone will appear. Tap it. Restore will start.

Note: This process will remove all your data from your device. Therefore, it is advisable to take backup of all your data.
Fix 9: Contact Apple Support
If your device is under any Warranty Status then you can Contact Apple Support for further Repair or Replacement.
Hope any one of the above fixes will be helpful to you… If you find this article as useful or if you know any other solution to fix this issue then kindly share your experience with me through your comments below. Thank You…

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