Subscriber Account active since. When you first get a new iPhone , the default setting for screen Auto-Lock will turn off your screen after 30 seconds of inactivity. This can be super annoying, especially if you're letting someone else use your phone, and they have to keep handing it back to you to unlock. If you're actively using your iPhone , the screen will stay on. However, certain functions like running a timer don't count as activity in iPhone world — the screen will still black out, so you can't see how much time is left unless you adjust your screen settings. Fortunately, you can adjust your settings to keep your iPhone screen on for much longer. Here's how. Tap the "Auto-Lock" tab.
To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question. That thread has closed without - to my mind- a very satisfactory closure. The answer was more or less "Why would you want that when it only takes 5 seconds to do it manually in settings? Since IOS v13 shortcuts are becoming all the more capable I think the question becomes current again. To add my thoughts to the "why" It seems to be in line with the idea of shortcuts to be able do make things you do often more easy and quickly. I would like to be able to make my "leaving home" routine of having the phone turn off all lights, radio and set the house alarm include keeping the phone unlocked for the next 50 minutes.
If your iPhone keeps going to Lock screen after showing a black screen and then a spinning wheel—we've got a fix below. We're going to show you how to fix the "iPhone keeps locking" problem many iPhone users run into. If you simply want to change your Lock screen settings to turn off Auto-Lock or change how quickly your screen dims, we'll cover that as well. What is Auto-Lock?
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