How do I change passcode immediately in iOS 13?

How do I change Require passcode immediately on iPhone?

If Touch ID is enabled, the only option is to require the passcode is immediately. If Touch ID does not work for you, then disable Touch ID. Once you do that, you can set the time to require a passcode longer.

Why is immediately the only option for passcode?

Require Passcode: Immediately is the only option if you want to use the finger print sensor. It takes more time to enter a passcode then it does to swipe. What is the point of paying for the finger print sensor so the iphone can be easier if you have to Require Passcode: Immediately each time you touch your phone.

How do I change my passcode time requirements?

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  1. Open your iPhone’s Settings.
  2. Scroll down and tap Touch ID & Passcode or Passcode.
  3. Enter your passcode if prompted.
  4. Delete your Touch ID Fingerprints if necessary.
  5. Tap Require Passcode.
  6. Select an amount of time to delay your passcode by.

How do I turn off immediate lock on my iPhone?

In Settings > Touch ID & Passcode, disable (toggle off) Touch ID for iPhone Unlock. Once toggled off, you can then change the time to require passcode by accessing the “Require Passcode” option. Basically it sets to “immediately” only with Touch ID enabled for unlocking your phone.

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How do I change my passcode on IOS 14?

Change password / PIN

  1. From the Home screen, tap Settings > Touch/Face ID & Passcode.
  2. Enter current passcode.
  3. Tap Change Passcode.
  4. Enter the current passcode.
  5. Enter new passcode, then tap Next.
  6. Re-enter new passcode, then tap Done.

How do you change passcode time on iPad?

Passcode Lock is the amount of time that elapses before the screen locks and you have to enter your passcode to resume. Choose Settings> General > Passcode Lock. Passcode lock can be set up to 1 hour.

Why does my iPhone require passcode immediately?

You haven’t unlocked your iPhone with the passcode in the last 6.5 days, AND (my caps and bold) you haven’t unlocked it with Face ID or Touch ID in the last 4 hours.” It’s the “AND” that’s the problem.