This example shows iPhone 6 Notification Center screen.
"Notification Center is a feature in iOS and OS X that provides an overview of alerts from applications. It displays notifications until the user completes an associated action, rather than requiring instant resolution. Users may choose what applications appear in Notification Center, and how they are handled. Initially released with iOS 5 in October 2011... Notification Center was released in iOS 5 to replace the previous system for dealing with push and local notifications. Instead of interrupting the user with an alert, Notification Center instead displays a banner at the top of the screen. This allows the user to continue using their device, and disappears after a set period of time. All previous notifications are collated into the Notification Center panel, which can be displayed in iOS by dragging down from the status bar... Notification Center on iPhone and iPod Touch also includes Weather and Stocks widgets, displaying information on the weather at the user's current location, and any stocks that the user has selected in the Stocks application." [Notification Center. Wikipedia]
The sample "Notification Center" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the iPhone User Interface solution from the Software Development area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.