Apart from using the standard Side button to turn on the screen, Apple iPhone X lets you do the same by using some additional options like “Raise to Wake” and “Tap to Wake”. No doubt these features make it convenient to power your device On, you may find them frustrating in the long run when your iPhone’s display keeps turning on randomly, resulting in battery drain. Fortunately, you can disable these features anytime. Simply walk through this how-to article to discover the ways to stop iPhone X screen from randomly turning on.
Stop iPhone X Screen from Randomly Turning On
Disable Raise to Wake
iPhone 6 and its successor iPhones have Raise to Tap feature that allows users to respond to messages directly from the locked screen. However, it may not sound good to you if you don’t want your iPhone X’s screen randomly turn on every time you pick it up. The best thing, in this case, will be to disable this feature on your iPhone X.
- To disable Raise to Wake, go to Settings > Display and Brightness
- Toggle off the Raise to Wake switch
Once done, your device will not turn on the next time you lift it.
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Disable Tap to Wake
Tap to Wake is a feature that seems beneficial, especially to have a peek at the time and notifications on your iPhone by waking its display with a single tap. At the same time, it’s possible for you to accidentally wake up your iPhone X screen, leading to a faster battery drain. Thankfully, you can turn this feature off any time you want. All you have to do is:
Head to Settings app of your iPhone X. Now tap General and then Accessibility. Scroll down to Interaction Section and turn off the toggle button next to the Tap to Wake option. Once you get this disabled, your iPhone will not turn on when you touch the screen.
Disable Unwanted Notifications
Your iPhone X’s screen may also turn on while receiving notifications from the synced apps. Although it’s not a good idea to disable the notifications for all the apps on your smartphone, you can turn them off for some unnecessary apps. Don’t know how to do so? Just follow the below-mentioned steps:
- Head to Settings > Notifications to see the list of all synced apps
- Scroll down to the app(s) you don’t want to receive any notifications from. Now tap on it.
- Under Alerts section, toggle off “Show on Lock Screen”
Bonus Tip: You can also enable “Do Not Disturb” on your iPhone to avoid calls and notifications for a specific period of time. Furthermore, iPhone X’s display won’t show up if your iPhone is facing down some on a flat surface.
We recommend you to disable only one of the aforementioned features to stop iPhone X screen from randomly turning on if you want to avoid relying on the Side Button to wake your iPhone X. Was this post helpful for you? Shoot your replies in the comments section below.
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