Unless you touch it and actively use it, the display of an iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max, iPhone X or iPhone 10 will start dimming at some point. The only thing you can control is how fast or how slow you want this to happen. And since you’ve been searching for information on how to stop the Apple iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max/iPhone X or iPhone 10 screen from dimming, we can tell it’s the second option.
But what do you know, you’re here, so we are going to show you how to handle the dimming in both ways. Because regardless of how you want it to be, the steps are the same. You are supposed to reach out to the Auto-Lock option and select a value from a list of options. The default is 30 seconds, so, start from there and see what else you can get.
How can you get to it and what options you will specifically have is something that we will discover together in this short article. Just consider the essential aspect that any extra minute when you want the display to stay turned on but you’re not using it will be reflected in the battery’s “bill”.
Do you feel that the iPhone X/iPhone 10/iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max screen is dimming too fast?
- You must go to the general Settings of your iPhone;
- At the General tab, look for the Auto-Lock option, the one responsible with how fast the screen is dimming;
- You’ll see quite a generous list of options in there, so, feel free to select your favorite (from 30 seconds to 5 minutes or more).
Naturally, you shouldn’t worry if you don’t really know what’s your favorite option for now. Try something, set it, see how it works and repeat the steps if you need to change it. Many of the iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max, iPhone X and iPhone 10 settings, the screen dimming included, are something to be learned through trial and error.
In time, it will be easier to know exactly what you need, depending on the context. And even if you don’t, there’s no problem at all, you’re in full control!