If you have iPhone 6S, 6S Plus or iPhone SE with iOS 10 installed, then you are familiar with this feature. The Raise to Wake feature is by default enabled. This is Raise to Wake helps you to wake your phone screen by raising it up. So if you just pick up your phone, you can see the time or date. This feature is similar to the Ambient Display feature in Android.
However it may be required all the time. Like when you pick up the phone to put it in your purse or pocket, you don’t need the screen to wake. So if you wish to turn the Raise to Wake feature, this How to Disable ‘Raise to Wake’ Feature in iOS 10 guide will be helpful.
How to Disable Raise to Wake Feature in iOS 10
- On the home screen, locate the Settings icon and tap on it.
- Now in the Settings screen, you will see an option Display & Brightness. Tap to open it.
- Here you will find the Raise to Wake slider button. It will be enabled by default. Tap on it to disable it.
- That’s it. Now whenever you need to turn on the feature, just tap the slider.