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  • Waysly Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I experience the same situation with AssistiveTouch, but managed to avoid it by touching something - eg. flip page before let it auto lock (last step must not be AssistiveTouch action)

     

    Based on my experience this Bug might due to the AssistivTouch 'Lock Screen' has been repostion to top left corner instead of top right corner previously. So the old code (assume no changes on this sub module) does not applicable anymore [can't find the lock screen option]. you might also notice the screen do dim down after certain period as it do countdown as usual but can't complete the last step to lock screen.

     

    Now got to wait for Apple IOS6 patch to resolve it....

  • KevinChiong Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Hi, I have the same problem.. iPhone 4, using AssistiveTouch, upgraded to iOS6 by iTunes and autolock doesn't work anymore. Tried the methods mentioned from the past reply up there, the last thing to do if want the auto lock to function, dont' press AssistiveTouch to home screen, use the home button.

  • KevinChiong Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    It's working, have to wait until next update.

  • ibarracar2911 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

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  • AlexBarlis Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have the same problem too.  I'm using iPhone 4s, after updating to iOS 6, autolock doesn't work. I have set to 1, 2, 3...minutes but still doesn't work. I have closed all the running apps and turn my 4s off but it doesn't fix the problem, still autolock failed.  I have changed the passcode and nothing happens.  Done with the reset also and nothing changed. I always use Assistive Touch as it makes the multitasking more easier so I don't want to disable the same.  In iOS 5.1.1 the autolock performs perfectly.  How come in iOS 6 doesn't work? I think Apple should fix this bug immediately.  Unlike my New iPad, after going to iOS 6, it doesn't gives me the same problem.  Apple, please help!

  • ravfromvancouver Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Well ,I was wrong on my previous posts,there is a bug if you use assistive touch. The other comments are correct, if you press the assistive touch button as the last action on your Idevice,it will not auto-lock. But if you touch the screen or move it a little after assistive touch,it will auto-lock correctly. I also see an advantage to this,in which you can control auto-lock. If there is an app that you want to be open longer than the auto-lock time,then click assitive touch and close.This will work great for Reminders and running tasks in a store. But thats just a minor bug.My huge issue is that app store keeps crashing in IOS 6 ! And its seems to be an Ipod Touch 4 issue....

  • Gary Cox1 Level 2 Level 2 (420 points)

    I'm not using Assistive Touch, ipad2, updated to IOS6 but can't seem to get the auto lock to engage at any time, powered off and back on still not working. 

  • ka88ie Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have the iPhone 4 not 4s and mine has this problem.

  • ka88ie Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I tried this and it worked. That is so annoying because my Home button never works so I am forced to use Assistive touch and I absolutely hate it!

  • GoKrish Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    After using assistive touch to go to home screen, please flip the page.  This will make auto lock to work.  In essence, your last function should not be using assistive touch to go to home page. Period.

  • nehruji Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Yes. Its happening after iOS6 updated on 4s If you are using Assistive Touch. But Its working fine at one point. i.e. Just open any application and dont minimize, now the auto-lock works fine.

     

    Apple fix this. Or It may be a feature for Assistive Touch users?

  • ESagun24 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I'm using iPhone 4s, after updating to iOS 6, autolock doesn't work. I have set to 1, 2, 3...minutes but still doesn't work. I have closed all the running apps and turn my 4s off but it doesn't fix the problem, still autolock failed.  I have changed the passcode and nothing happens.  Done with the reset also and nothing changed. I always use Assistive Touch as it makes the multitasking more easier so I don't want to disable the same.  In iOS 5.1.1 the autolock performs perfectly.  How come in iOS 6 doesn't work? I think Apple should fix this bug immediately. Apple, please help!

  • AppleZiyad Level 1 Level 1 (10 points)

    Having the Same Problem!!!!

     

    Yes, I too find out it is the problem of Assistive Touch.. when assistive touch is not used, autolock works...

     

    Waiting apple to rectify it...

  • chlorineapple Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have the same problem after ios 6 update. iPhone 4 using assitive touch. Now if I am on the home screen with assistive touch, the auto lock function doesn't work. Hoping this will be fixed in the next update.

  • LynnieB Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have the i4 and have only had this problem since I updated to IOS 6. I only use the assistive touch because the home button won't work properly on my phone which is very annoying considering I only have the phone over a year!!! I have the auto-lock timed for 1 min, I tried turning if off, changing it to 2 / 3 mins and it still doesn't auto-lock. The only time it auto-locks is if I have an app opened and have not used the phone for a few minutes or when I'm viewing something on my phone (msg, emails, setting) again not touching the screen for a few min it starts to auto-lock so there definitely seems to be a bug with IOS 6 especially since it worked perfectly fine on IOS 5!!!

     

    Apple needs to get this sorted especially since a lot of people are having the same issue. Why provide these extra functionalities when their update causes a bug with them!

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