How to Delete Bedtime Alarm on iPhone and iPad

Once you set up the Bedtime alarm for the first time, it will permanently show up in the Alarm section of the Clock app. Sure, you can turn it off, but still, it will not go away. The only solution to get rid of it on your iOS device is to Reset All Settings. Let me show you how.

Before You Begin:

  • Reset All Settings will not delete any personal data like photos, music, videos, apps, app data, iCloud account
  • However, things like Wi-Fi password, Bluetooth devices, VPN configurations, Keyboard dictionary, Home screen layout of apps, Location settings, Privacy settings, Wallpaper settings, Notification settings, Control Center customizations, display settings, Apple Pay cards, etc. will switch back to the default factory settings
  • In short, every setting that you have changed according to your preference will be removed or rolled back to the out-of-the-box state.

How to Delete Bedtime Alarm on iPhone Running iOS 14 or 13

  1. Open the Settings app
  2. Tap on General
  3. Tap on Resetopen settings tap on general and then tap reset on iphone
  4. Tap on Reset All Settings
  5. Enter your device passcode
  6. Tap Reset All Settingsreset all settings on iphone running ios 13

After the process completes, go through the basic set up process. Now all settings on your iPhone or iPad are similar to a new device. Open the Alarm section inside the clock app. You will no longer see the Bedtime section on top.

Related: How to Delete Clocks and Alarms on iPhone

That’s all, mate!

I hope this short quick guide helped you fix your Bedtime Alarm woes. Since Apple’s default offering is troubling for you, why don’t you take a moment to look at our list of the best sleep tracking apps for iPhone and Apple Watch!

At last, if you somehow decide to stick with Bedtime, here is how to change its alarm sound or set Apple Music song as an iPhone alarm.

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I have been an Apple user for over seven years now. At iGeeksBlog, I love creating how-tos and troubleshooting guides that help people do more with their iPhone, iPad, Mac, AirPods, and Apple Watch. In my free time, I like to watch stand up comedy videos, tech documentaries, news debates, and political speeches.