Some owners love it, some hate it. Some owners love it, but their partners hate the fact that they have a glowing iPhone on their nightstand at night.
yeah, it can be annoying.
There is a fix though. Okay, some fixes. But before we get to those, let’s familiarize ourselves with the Always-On display. Specifically when it should be off.
according to applethere are some situations in which the display should automatically dim to prevent annoyance.
- iPhone lying face down
- Your iPhone is in your pocket or bag
- Sleep focus is on
- Low power mode is on
- iPhone is connected car play
- link camera function is used
- The iPhone hasn’t been used in a while (the iPhone learns your activity patterns and turns the display on and off according to your patterns, such as when setting an alarm or sleep schedule).
- Your iPhone detects when you move away from your paired Apple Watch (and turns on when you bring it back).
With this information, there are several things you can do. For example, enable Sleep Focus (swipe down from the top right of the screen, tap concentration), put it in low power mode (swipe down from the top-right corner of the screen and tap the battery icon), or start using alarms to let your iPhone learn the pattern.
Want to mess around with alarm and focus settings?
Now, put your iPhone face down.
You can also turn Always-On off (tap On). Settings > Display & Luminancescroll down to always onand turn always on off).
https://www.zdnet.com/article/is-your-iphones-always-on-display-keeping-you-up-do-this/#ftag=RSSbaffb68 Is Your iPhone’s Always-On Display Uplifting You?