How to Change Screen Timeout on iPhone 15, 14 & Older

Apple iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod) lock Screen time is not a static or developer end-setting, but it’s dynamic, which means you can modify it if you won’t ever. By default, Apple gives adequate to setup according to attention to devices’ battery life. Even though essential settings can be adjusted, for example, many users want to turn on-screen/ not sleep during the device is plugged in. I don’t know, you are one of them, but probably it’s not possible. However, modify/change screen timeout on the iPhone. It’s possible.

By the way, if you change the screen auto-lock time. Then, it will not turn off until once you press the power button. Even though, the following guide can be modified iPhone auto-lock screen time running iOS.

Complete Guide to Change Screen Time Out on iPhone, iPad

Step 1. Head on Settings App on the iPhone home screen.

Step 2. Scroll down the screen and Choose Display & Brightness.


Step 3. You can see now the Auto-Lock option.

Step 4. Tap on Auto-Lock and Select Never from (30 seconds, 1 minute, 2 minutes, 3 minutes, 4 minutes, 5 minutes, or Never.) then go back and press the home button. if the option is grayed out, then Make sure and check low Power mode is on.


Note: Is your iPhone auto-lock settings stuck on 30 Seconds? Please Turn off Low Power mode, because in low power mode, auto-lock is restricted to 30 seconds.

If the Option is Disabled, Then turn off low power mode,


Go to Settings > Battery > Turn off “Low Power Mode“.


From now, your iPhone screen never happens to auto-lock. If you don’t like it, then you can adjust the auto-lock time again, as described in the above steps.

Keep Remember – if you want to save battery life, the above type of auto-lock screen settings is very bad because it takes a lot of battery to keep turned Phone screen light ON. So to prevent it, you should keep auto-lock time 1 or 2 minutes only.

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