How to Stay focused while driving with iPhone

Smartphones have undoubtedly made life easier for us. From providing us with seamless, turn-by-turn directions, to keeping us up to date on traffic and weather, smartphones can help us get to our destinations with confidence.

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At the same time, smartphones can create dangerous distractions behind the wheel. In fact, it has been established that the major cause of road accidents these days is phone-driving distractions.

The good news is that both Apple and Android phones offer features to help drivers minimize phone distractions. On earlier iPhone devices, this feature was known as Do Not Disturb mode. On newer iPhones (iOS 15 and later), an innovative feature called Driving Focus helps drivers keep their attention on the road ahead.

Turning on the Driving Focus helps you stay focused on the road. When you turn it on, text messages and other notifications are silenced or limited.

When you turn it on, text messages and other notifications are silenced or limited. However, if any text messages come in, you can ask Siri to read them to you so that you can keep your eyes on the road.

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How to Set up the Driving Focus on iPhone

Step 1: Open the Settings app. Tap Focus

Step 2: Tap Driving.

Step 3: In the Turn On Automatically section, tap “While Driving“.

Step 4: Under Activate, select the “Manually” option to manually activate Driving Focus

Step 5: Optional: Disable the toggle next to “Activate With CarPlay” to permanently turn off the driving mode on iPhone.

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