How to Remove Stocks from the iOS 9 Notification Center

The Notification Center on your iPhone can be accessed by swiping down from the top of the screen. This location offers a convenient place to find a lot of information that is important to you, but it can also become very cluttered when there are too many apps that appear there.

Fortunately you can add and delete widgets at will from the Notification Center, including the Stocks widget. This widget is included by default for many iPhone users, and takes up a lot of space in the Notification Center. Our guide below will show you how you can remove it from that location and streamline your notifications to only include the information that is most important to you.

Removing the Stocks Widget from the iPhone Notification Center

The steps in this article were written using an iPhone 6 Plus, in iOS 9. These same steps will work for other iPhone models using the same version of iOS, as well as iPhones running iOS 8. These instructions are specifically meant to remove the Stocks widget from the Notification Center, but can be used for any of the other widgets that you would like to remove as well.

  1. Swipe down from the top of your screen to display the Notification Center.
pull down the notification center
  1. Select the Today option at the top of the screen.
tap the Today tab
  1. Scroll to the bottom of the Notification Center, then tap the Edit button.
tap the Edit button
  1. Tap the red circle to the left of Stocks.
tap the red circle
  1. Tap the Remove button. Note that you can repeat steps 4 and 5 for each other item that you wish to remove.
tap the Remove button
  1. Tap the Done button at the top-right corner of the screen to finish editing the Notification Center settings.
tap the Done button

Would you like to change the way that your calendar notifications work on your iPhone? You can modify most of these settings, including whether or not your calendar notifications appear on the lock screen. Notifications can be annoying when they occur too often, but luckily most of them can be adjusted or completely turned off.

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