How to Silence Your Family Member’s iPhone Alarm Using Your iPhone

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There have been several instances where the alarm of one of your siblings keeps on disturbing you. Well, if your family member owns an iPhone, you can simply turn the alarm off from your own iPhone. The technique to do this is very simple and does not use any third-party apps. Scroll down to see how you can silence the alarm of your family member's iPhone using your own iPhone.

This is How to Silence The Alarm on Your Family Member's iPhone Using Your iPhone Without Getting Up

As mentioned earlier, the mechanism to silence the alarm on your family member's iPhone with your iPhone is really simple. Moreover, it is very helpful when you are at home and no one is nearby. This technique will let you silence their alarms without you having to get up from your spot. If you are unfamiliar, simply follow the instructions below.

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If you want to silence the alarm on your family member's iPhone using your own iPhone, all you have to do is ask Siri to do it for you. This is what you have to say:

  • "Hey Siri, Turn the alarm off on Dave's iPhone." (or the name of your family member's iPhone).

Simply ask Siri to silence the alarm on your family member's iPhone instead of getting up and manually doing it. Siri will ask for your confirmation to which you can reply "Yes" or "No". You can also tap on the on-screen options on your iPhone. Once you do that, the alarm on your family member's iPhone will be silenced. Take note that you can also perform the operation on the HomePod with Siri enabled.

How to silence your family member's alarm on iPhone

However, you have to take note that there are some prerequisites to the feature. You have to make sure that the iPhone of your family member is part of your Family Sharing group. Moreover, the name of the person in the Family Sharing group should be the one in your Siri request. Lastly, make sure that all the iPhones used in the process are connected to the same WiFi network.

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