On your iPhone 14, you can erase an alarm by opening the Clock app, selecting the Alarm tab, swiping to the left on the alarm you want to remove, and then hitting the Delete button.
Our explanation continues below with more details about deleting iPhone alarms, including screenshots.
For more information on this issue, see this video on how to delete an iPhone 14 alarm.
How to Remove an iPhone 14 Alarm
The instructions in this post were carried out using an iPhone 14 Plus running iOS 16.6.
These methods will also work in most other recent versions of iOS and on most other iPhone models, including the ones listed below:
- iPhone 14
- iPhone 14 Pro
- iPhone 14 Pro Max
Step 1: Launch the Clock app.
Step 2: At the bottom of the screen, click the Alarm tab.
Step 3: Swipe left on the alarm you want to remove.
Step 4: Click on the red Delete button.
Now that you know how to delete an iPhone 14 alarm, you can take these instructions if you feel like you have too many alarms and want to get rid of some of the ones you’re not using.
If you want to adjust an alarm without deleting it, such as changing the time, repeat days, or sound, press the Edit button in the top-left corner of the screen, then select the alarm that you want to edit.
You will then be transported to the alarm editing screen, where you can change the various alarm settings.
Getting Rid of an Alarm on an iPhone 14 Video
Summary – How to Remove an iPhone 14 Alarm
- Launch the Clock app.
- Select the Alarm setting.
- On the alarm, swipe left.
- Select Delete.
Related: How to Delete an iPhone 14 Contact
The option to generate alarms on your iPhone can be beneficial not only for getting up in the morning but also for alerting yourself to an event, such as taking medication or performing a duty.
However, it is very easy to over-create alarms on the device, making it difficult to identify the alarms that you need to enable or alter.
Fortunately, by following our how to delete iPhone 14 alarm methods above, you can quickly adjust the device’s list of alarms so that it only shows alarms that you are still using.
Kermit Matthews is a freelance writer based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with more than a decade of experience writing technology guides. He has a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Computer Science and has spent much of his professional career in IT management.
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