The latest versions of iOS 10 allow users to read and reply to messages Messages app directly from the lock screen, without having to authenticate without the unlock code or Touch ID. Enabling users of iPhone and iPad quickly respond to received messages, which can cause a privacy problem that not everyone can love.
With a simple configuration settings, you can disable the action to respond to messages from the lock screen in iOS 10 so would require unlock the phone to respond to messages that have come to your smartphone.
Disabling the response from the lock screen
Simply follow these simple steps:
- Open the Settings app on the iPhone or iPad and go to Touch ID and code and enter the password.
- Swipe down and locate Reply Messages permit under section blocking access, and disable it.
You want to have or not have this feature will depend on the privacy and security that you think you need, or if your iPhone or iPad is exclusive or shared use. For example, many parents turn off this feature because young children can respond to messages without knowing they are doing or inadvertently answer them from the pocket - the latter is more likely.
- Salt settings, and you can not respond to messages from the lock screen.
Some users may go further and seek maximum privacy in your Apple devices, hiding text messages on the lock screen.
This functionality you are disabling is one of the new ones have been introduced in iOS 10 to our iPhone and iPad, and the disappearance of the famous "Slide to unlock" .
Source | osxdaily.com