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How to disable "raise to activate" on the iPhone with iOS 10


The newer iPhone models include a feature called "raising to activate" which is enabled by default, whose purpose is to turn the smartphone screen when it rises. This is a very nice feature, but still, not all iPhones are compatible with it. So then we'll show you how to turn off "lift to reactivate" on your iPhone.


If you've ever noticed this feature or your smartphone does not seem to have it, it's probably because your iPhone is older, as "lift to reactivate" is only compatible with iPhone 7 iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s or new devices.


How to disable "raise to activate" on the iPhone with iOS 10



  • Open the application "Settings" and go to "Display and brightness".
  • Locate the setting option "elevate to activate" and switches the switch to the off position.


Once "raising to enable" is disabled you can lock the screen and raise the iPhone and nothing happens.

Moreover, some users may want to disable this feature because each time turns to develop a daily activity, for example in the morning exercises

Of course, you can also reverse this configuration change and enable "raise to activate" on an iPhone siguendo these steps:

How to enable "raise to activate" on the iPhone with iOS 10


  • Open the application "Settings" and go to "Display and brightness".
  • Locate the setting option "elevate to activate" and switches the switch to the on position.


Now when physically elevate above the iPhone, the screen will automatically turn on again without touching a button. Finally, it is noteworthy that this is the default setting on new models of iPhone with IOS 10 and later.
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