Apple finally introduced Always-On display to the iPhone. This year, as of when this article is written, only the Pro and Pro Max model are getting this feature. While the Always-On display feature itself looks cool, but if for whatever reasons, you don’t like it – be it you want to preserve more battery or you don’t want your sleep to get disturbed by the screen from your iPhone, there’s a way to actually turn the Always-On display off or customize it to be less distractive. Check out the simple steps below.
Here’s how to customize or completely turn off Always-on Display on your iPhone
Follow these steps to completely turn off the Always-On Display or customize it to be less distractive.
1) On your iPhone, go to Settings > Display & Brightness.
2) Inside Display & Brightness screen, scroll down to BRIGHTNESS section and tap on “Always-On Display”.
3) Under Always-On Display screen, turn off “Always On Display” to completely turn it off. Alternatively, if it’s the wallpaper that annoys you, you can turn off “Show Wallpaper” instead and/or turn off “Show Notification”, so that only the clock remains on your iPhone lock screen.
Bring it all together
You have just learned to turn off your iPhone Always-On display. With Always-On display off, you’ll preserve more battery life and more importantly, you’ll see less distraction from your iPhone. In case you encountered any difficulties and/or have queries, don’t hesitate to put your queries or thoughts on the comment section down below. I’ll be happy to assist.
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