Disabling the "Auto-Lock"

Disabling the "Auto-Lock"

For iOS 10 and higher: Settings > Display & Brightness > Auto-Lock > Never
  1. Go to Settings on your phone.


  2. Choose Display & Brightness


  3. Click on Auto-Lock and then select "Never"



For iOS 9.x and earlier: Settings > General > Auto-Lock > Never
  1. Go to Settings on your phone


  2. Choose "General"


  3. Scroll down to find the "Auto-Lock" option


  4. Click on it and then select "Never"
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