How to turn off Apple TV and Apple Watch Keyboard Notification on iPhone and iPad

If you are into the Apple Ecosystem, then you may notice that Apple devices work seamlessly together. If you own an Apple Watch and want to send a message to someone, you will get a keyboard notification on your iPhone, which lets you easily type in the message using your iPhone’s keyboard. And the same can be said for Apple TV, if you want to want a show, you can use your iPhone to type the name of the show or movie.

It is a pretty handy feature obviously, as, typing is not easy on the small screen Apple Watch, as well as with the TV’s remote. But, just in case you own multiple Apple TVs in your house and don’t want the same keyboard notifications again and again, then you can turn off the keyboard notifications.

Here’s a guide on how you can disable Apple TV and Apple Watch Keyboard Notification on your iPhone or iPad.

Yes, you can stop the keyboard notifications from Apple TV and Apple Watch, thanks to the ability to turn off the notifications. If your iPhone is running on the iOS 15.1 or iPad on iPadOS 15.1 or newer version, then you can easily disable the annoying notifications on your device.

Let’s take a look at the steps by which you can disable the Apple Watch Keyboard Notifications.

How to turn off Apple Watch Keyboard Notifications

Whether you want to do this on your iPhone or on an iPad, you can easily disable these notifications from the settings. Here are the steps you can follow to turn off the keyboard notifications.

how to turn off apple watch keyboard notifications on iphone
  1. Open Settings on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Select Notifications in the settings.
  3. Now find the Apple Watch Keyboard by scrolling down a bit.
  4. Select Apple Watch Keyboard.
  5. Turn the toggle off for Allow Notifications.
  6. That’s it.

Once done. The keyboard notification will no longer appear on your iPhone when you type on your Apple Watch.

How to turn off Apple TV Keyboard Notifications

Apple TV keyboard notifications can be turned off easily within the settings of your iPhone or iPad. Here’s how you can stop these notifications.

how to turn off apple watch keyboard notifications on iphone
  1. Open Settings on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Tap Notifications in the settings.
  3. Find Apple TV Keyboard and tap on it.
  4. Now turn the toggle off placed next to Allow Notifications.
  5. That’s it.

If you are on iOS 16, then you can do a lot more with these notifications, you can silence these notifications, stop these notifications from appearing as banners, and from the notifications centre too.

how to turn off apple watch keyboard notifications on iphone

You can do these things by navigating to the Notifications Settings, then turning the toggle off for sounds to silence the keyboard notifications, or unchecking the Banners under the alert section, or the Notification Centre.

So, these are the easy ways by which you can stop receiving Apple Watch and Apple TV Keyboard notifications on your iPhone or iPad.

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Haneet Singh

Haneet is the Founder and Editor-In-Chief of YTECHB. He has a huge passion for tinkering with latest smartphones, wearables, smart home devices, smart TVs, and more. As an avid Apple Ecosystem user, he loves customizing his iPhone and iPad to suit his needs. For tips, you can connect Haneet at In 2019, Haneet and the YTECHB team exclusively shared the wallpapers of iPhone 11 right before the launch event. In 2020, Haneet alongside his team members shared exclusive renders and official photos of two Samsung Galaxy smartphones - the Galaxy M11, and Galaxy M21. Later, the YTECHB team leaks information about Motorola's feature phones and Razr 3. In the last few months, our team shared Galaxy S24 Ultra leaks and more. You may come across with our work getting mentioned in The Times of India, India Today, Hindustan Times, NDTV, TechRadar, Digital Trends, Yahoo News, GSMArena, Android Authority, Android Central, Android Headlines, SamMobile, XDA, 9to5Google, and many other publications. He works across news, updates, features, guides, and more. If YTECHB writes about it, you can expect him to be involved in some way.

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