Does your iPhone screen continuously going dark or turning off when you’re reading something, reviewing a shopping list, or doing anything else? In Settings, you may easily off auto-lock on an iPhone. This is how.
Easily off auto-lock on an iPhone
Because of a feature called “Auto-Lock,” which automatically puts the iPhone into a sleep/lock mode after a specified amount of time.
your iPhone’s screen continues dimming and shutting off. The screen dims to half brightness two-thirds of the way through the chosen duration. We need to disable “Auto-Lock” to repair it.
Launch the “Settings” app
To begin, launch the “Settings” app by tapping the gear symbol. If you can’t find the app on your iPhone, swipe down in the middle of the screen to use Apple’s built-in Spotlight search.
In “Settings,” select “Display & Brightness.”
Scroll down to the “Display & Brightness” settings and select “Auto-Lock.”
In “Auto-Lock,” you’ll see a list of time settings. These affect how long your iPhone’s screen will remain lit before turning off and entering Lock mode. We’re going to turn it completely off here, so pick “Never.”
Then, close “Settings.” When you wake your iPhone, the screen remains lighted and does not enter Lock mode until you press the power button.
If you continue to have problems with a fading screen even with “Auto-Lock” deactivated, it could be because “Auto-Brightness” is enabled. “Auto-Brightness” can be turned off in the Settings app’s Accessibility settings.
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