Have you ever noticed that when you put your iPhone into sleep mode, it takes an extra second longer than it takes to turn the screen black? It's a bit strange and forces you to wait a moment longer for your iPhone to lock. But most of you can completely avoid the small delay by changing just one setting.
The main problem is Wallet, and it only concerns iPhone models with Face ID. Double-click the side button to display your digital wallet on the screen to view loyalty cards, boarding passes, and other passes, or to select a card you want to use with Apple Pay. If you don't have cards stored in Wallet, you won't notice a delay in turning off your screen, but everyone will likely experience the half-second delay.
With a double click on the hotkey, when you click the side button once to put the iPhone to sleep, it waits half a second waiting to see if you are going to click again. Without a shortcut for the side button, you don't have to wait at all, because a second click does nothing. Check out the following GIFs to see the speed difference:
If you don't use the double-click Wallet Shortcut very often, for example if you don't have cards or cards or prefer to use the Control Center tile or app itself – you can easily disable the double-click option. Just go to Settings -> Wallet and Apple Pay, then toggle the switch next to & # 39; Double-click side button & # 39; from.
If you still find that your iPhone needs an extra second to turn on don't fall asleep. Other settings use clicks on side buttons for shortcuts, and the speed for shortcuts on side buttons also adds a delay. Check out our full guide to a slow sleep button to see your other options.
Note: This article only applies to iPhone models with Face ID, since Home button iPhones do not use the side button for shortcuts.
More information: Fix a slow sleep button on your iPhone
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