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Like on any other smartphone, the iPhone has a function to automatically rotate the screen when the device is rotated. This function allows you to quickly switch from the vertical orientation of the screen to horizontal and vice versa.
In most cases, this is very convenient, but sometimes a change of orientation is undesirable. For such cases, a special function is provided that allows you to enable or disable auto-rotate. In this article we will tell you how to use this feature on iPhone 4.4s, 5, 5s, 5c, 6, 6s, and 7.
By default, on the iPhone, auto-rotate is turned on and when you tilt the device 90 degrees to the side, the screen should automatically rotate in the right direction. But, this iPhone behavior can be changed at any time.
If you use an iPhone with an iOS version from 4.0 to 6.0, then you need to double-click the “Home” button. After that, the multitasking panel will appear at the bottom of the screen. This panel should be scrolled to the right until a button with a round arrow appears, which is responsible for the screen auto-rotate. Using this button, you can enable or disable auto-rotate without any problems.
If you have an iPhone with a more modern version of iOS, then you need to make a swipe from the bottom of the screen. As a result, the so-called “Control Point” will appear in which all the basic settings and functions of the iPhone are concentrated. In the upper part of the “Control Center” there will be a series of buttons. In this row there should be a button with the image of the lock and a round arrow, which is used to enable or disable auto-rotate the screen. If the button is red, it means auto-rotate is disabled; if the button is gray, it means auto-rotate is enabled.
It should be noted that in the iPhone settings, in the “General” section, there is a function that changes the logic of the switch on the side of the device (by default, this switch is responsible for turning the sound on and off). Using this function, you can set the switch to “Orientation Lock”.
If the switch works in the “Orientation Lock” mode, then you will not be able to enable or disable auto-rotation through the “Control Point”. In this case, you need to control auto-rotation using the switch.
In addition, auto-rotation of the screen may not work on the iPhone‘s desktop (on the so-called SpringBoard). If your auto-rotate works in applications, but does not work on the iPhone’s desktop, then most likely the problem is the increased scale of the display of icons. In order to fix it. You need to go to the “Settings. Screen and Brightness. View” section and select the standard display of the interface (no increase).