It seems that Apple finishes not find the point to its mobile operating system, is that in IOS 10.2 have been detected several bugs and problems quite annoying . However, iOS 10 drags some bugs in various versions, including one that recently have found related to automatic locking function.
This feature allows the user to set how long you have to spend idle on the iPhone so that it locks automatically. Currently the user can choose between several options that range from 30 seconds to 5 minutes, although there is also the possibility to choose the option "Never" and that the iPhone will not lock unless it is done manually.
Well, in iOS 10 several users have realized that there is a small bug in the operating system makes when the option "1 minute" is selected the iPhone to crash after about 30 seconds. As you see is not a very annoying problem, but there it is and Apple should fix it and polish every detail however small for future versions.
The automatic locking function has a bug in iOS 10
As we have seen in CP, this bug is present in several versions of the system, specifically in iOS iOS 10.1.1 and 10.2. In addition, it must be said that the problem is only present when you choose "1 minute" for automatic locking, since with any of the other options the time that passes until the iPhone is locked is correct.
Remember to set this feature must go to Settings - Display and brightness - Automatic lock. There you can choose the time that best adjustments to your needs to your iPhone screen turns off and locks automatically.
We have already said that this bug is not very troublesome or serious, but it makes sense that Apple could remedy in future updates to make iOS a possible 10 to be as polished and perfect operating system.