Macbook Air
Macbook Air

By default, Apple News sends notifications to the Mac, creating a constant stream of “news” alerts on the desktop, on the locked screen, and in the MacOS Notification Center. If you want to disable Apple News Notifications on Mac and not see the news, you can disable it completely for the News app.

How to disable Apple News notifications on Mac

  • Go to the Apple menu in the upper left corner of the screen and choose “System Preferences”
  • Select “Notifications” to access the Mac Notification Center preferences
  • Locate “News” from the list of apps that send notifications and choose “None” as a Google News alert style
  • Exit as usual from System Preferences
Turn off Apple News notifications

After choosing “None” as an alert type for Apple News Notifications, you will no longer receive any of these on your Mac.

Many apps have the default setting for sending alerts and notifications on Mac and Apple News. Constant news notifications on the screen can be very annoying and many users want to disable them. With our guide, you can now get rid of

Apple News notifications on your Mac.

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