Ever since the iOS 10 update, you’ll notice something new about your iPhone: The screen seems to turn itself on randomly. It isn’t random, though–in fact, it’s a new feature designed to turn the screen on when you’re handling it, or when notifications come through. The New “Raise to Wake” Feature RELATED: The Best New Features in iOS 10 (and How to Use Them) This feature is called “raise to wake“. It uses your iPhone’s accelerometer to detect when you raise your phone, and automatically turns its screen on when you do. This allows you to grab your phone out of your pocket or pick it up off a table and see all your notifications without pushing a single button. Press the Touch ID Home button and you can unlock your phone with your fingerprint and immediately bypass the lock screen. Raise to Wake arrived with the iOS 10 update, so your old iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, or SE will immediately begin doing this after you update. The new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus also use Raise to Wake. RELATED: How to Turn Off “Raise to Wake” in iOS 10 If you’d prefer not to have this feature, you can turn it off. Head to Settings > Display & Brightness and turn off the… Read full this story
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