We all know that Apple is a company that tries, through the good use of its devices, to take care of the health of its users in many ways, in fact, thanks to the Apple Watch, a good handful of lives have been saved. In this case, we want to talk to you about Apple’s sleep mode and, above all, how you can make your iPhone not enter that mode automatically every night.
What about sleep mode in iOS 14?
Since Apple released iOS 14, there have been many users who have reported the activation of the sleep mode without them having configured it. What the iPhone sleep mode does is activate the do not disturb mode and, in addition, simplify the device’s lock screen, something that is really annoying since from that moment you stop receiving notifications on your device and because, in addition, if you want unlocking the screen is somewhat more expensive than usual.
But hey, this would make sense in the event that the user was the one who had configured, within his sleep schedules, that the sleep mode is activated every day for the minutes set by himself, however, this “failure” is happening to users who have not activated the sleep mode at any time and much less, a sleep schedule.
The reason why this is happening is because by default in the sleep settings of the iPhone Health app there is a value that is activated and therefore, every night at the same time, it causes the iPhone to enter that sleep mode , and therefore, stop receiving notifications and simplify your locked screen. In addition, the way to deactivate it we can say that it is somewhat hidden since any user would understand that if they have not established a sleep schedule, they would not have to activate this mode. Fortunately, below we will tell you how you can deactivate this sleep mode so that it does not activate again if you do not want it to.
So you can disable it
Now, if what you want is to deactivate this sleep mode, what you have to do is follow the following steps.
- Enter the Health app.
- Go to the Explore tab
- Scroll down until you click Sleep.
- Click Full hours and options, and then Options.
- Turn off automatic sleep mode.
In this way you will have the sleep mode deactivated regardless of whether you have established a sleep schedule.