So, there is a book that going through my therapy, I'm being required to read. Unfortunately, it's only on Kindle. Now, that in itself isn't an issue really per sé. The issue is, in order to read with Kindle, my screen has to be unlocked. Well, that's also fine in and of itself, but as soon as a push notification comes down, and Voiceover focuses on the banner at the top of the screen, my display, which by the way is a Humanware NLS EReader, goes bonkers. It shows the little banner toast notification, if you want to call it that, but then as soon as it disappears, the display pans me all the damn way back up to the top of the current page in the book I'm reading, so if I was say, 3 fourths the way down the page, then something comes in, I now have to pan like a mad man to regain my place, and God help me that no second push notification pops up while I'm scrolling back with the display to get back to where I was. I hope and pray that this doesn't happen in all apps in iOS, as if it does, that's gonna be a deal breaker for me using braille. I know I can turn on do not disturb, but come on! That's like killing a nat with a sledge hammer. Wayyyyyy! over kill! Not to mention the fact that I may have certain notifications I need to be able to keep on top of at all times, and if I turn on focus/DND, then, I wouldn't see them. And actually, yeah, I probably would anyway, given I think if your screen is unlocked, DND doesn't apply. But regardless if it does or doesn't isn't the point of this thread, nor is it the point of this question, so let's not go down that rabbit hole. Short however of doing that and going into DND, is there any other way when reading a Kindle book to prevent this? Surely, by God I can't be the only person who uses Kindle in combination with a display of some type or another.