How to Remove the Next Destination Information from the Notification Center in iOS 7


The Notification Center and the Control Center on your iOS 7 iPhone contain a lot of helpful information and features. One new one that is particularly noticeable is a notification that says “Right now, it would take you about x minutes to drive home,” or something similar. This information is pulled from information that is stored on a menu called Frequent Locations, and is displayed as long as you have an option enabled that is called “Next Destination.” So if you want to remove this feature from your Notification Center, you can follow the steps outlined below.

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Turn Off the Notification That Says “Right Now, It would take you about x minutes to drive to x”

If you aren’t going to be using this feature, then you might also want to consider turning off the Frequent Locations option as well. We will provide a step-by-step method at the end of this tutorial for doing that as well. But to simply stop displaying your next destination, follow these simple steps.

 

Step 1: Tap the Settings icon.

open the iphone 5 settings menu

 

 

Step 2: Touch the Notification Center option.

open the notification center

 

 

Step 3: Move the slider to the right of Next Destination from the right to the left. When it is off there will not be any green around the slider button.

move the next destination slider from right to left

 

 

If you would also like to turn off the Frequent Locations information, you can do so by following the steps outlined below.

 

Step 1: Touch the Settings icon.

open the ios 7 settings menu

 

 

Step 2: Scroll down and touch the Privacy button.

open the privacy menu

 

 

Step 3: Touch Location Services at the top of the screen.

open the location services menu

 

 

Step 4: Scroll all the way to the bottom of the screen and touch System Services.

open the system services menu

 

 

Step 5: Touch the Frequent Locations button at the bottom of the screen.

touch the frequent locations button

 

 

Step 6: Move the slider to the right of Frequent Locations from the right to the left. Again, there will be no green coloring surrounding the button when it is turned off.

move the frequent locations slider from right to left

 

 

You can also clear the history of your frequent locations by touching the Clear History button at the bottom of this screen.

 

 

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