Screen Rotate On iPhone 11 Pro Max And iPhone 11
The great thing about the new iPhone is that it has a stunning screen (sometimes even better than our computers and televisions) and allows use to watch amazing videos on it within just a few taps of the finger.
Another great thing that you can now do with such a powerful iPhone is using it like a computer or iPad. To get the most of your iPhone screen, many people rotate screen on iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 to get a large screen size when watching film or browsing the web.
One issue that some people have been asking is that they want to know how to make screen rotate on iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max and iPhone 11 as when they rotate iPhone 11 screen, nothing happens.
This is a very common problem that can be fixed within a few seconds. What some users don’t know is that Apple has a feature locked “Screen Lock” which prevents rotation from happening on your iPhone. Some accidentally turn this feature on and then wonder why the iPhone 11 screen rotation is not working.
Below we will teach you how to disable “Screen Lock” on iPhone 11 so that you can learn how to rotate screen on iPhone 11 Pro Max again.
How To Make Screen Rotate On iPhone 11 Pro Max And iPhone 11
You can do the following steps either with a locked device or from the home screen after you have unlocked your iPhone
- Use your pointer finger and reach for the top right corner of your screen
- Gently swipe down on it to the middle of the screen so you get to the Control Setting feature to show up
- Now look for an icon that looks like a small lock
- If this icon is highlighted in white, it means that Auto Lock is enabled. Tap on it to disable Auto Lock on iPhone 11
- Now rotate go to a page or video that will be played when your rotate your iPhone horizontally
- You should see your iPhone 11 screen rotate after you have disabled Auto Lock
That is all you need to do to rotate screen on iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11. It was that easy. There many other problems that we come to have with our iPhone, but in reality the problems are actually small settings adjustments that we have by mistake or unknowingly when our iPhones are in our pockets or purses.
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