There’s a delay when you lock your iPhone X and you’re not sure why. You probably noticed it when you pressed your iPhone’s side button, but the screen took a second or two to actually lock. I’ll explain why your iPhone lags after you tap the side button and show you how to fix the iPhone X delayed lock problem!
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Why Is There A Delay When I Lock My iPhone X?
There’s a delay when you lock your iPhone X because it has to determine whether you’re going to double-press or triple-press the side button.
Double-pressing the side button activates Apple Pay and triple-pressing the side button opens your Accessibility shortcuts. By turning off Apple Pay by double-clicking the side button and your Accessibility shortcuts, we can eliminate the iPhone X delayed lock problem.
How To Turn Off Double-Click To Apple Pay
Open the Settings app and tap Wallet & Apple Pay. Then, turn off the switch next to “Double-Click Side Button”. You’ll know it’s off when the switch is positioned to the left.
How To Turn Off Accessibility Shortcuts
Open the Settings app and tap General -> Accessibility. Then, scroll all the way down to the very bottom of the screen and tap Accessibility Shortcut.
Here you’ll find a list of all the Accessibility shortcuts you can set up on your iPhone. Make sure there aren’t any checkmarks next to the items in the list!
If you see a checkmark, that means the Accessibility shortcut is on. To turn it off, simply tap on the shortcut and the checkmark will disappear.
No More Lag!
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