If you have an iPhone with Face, you may have noticed that when you press the lock button the screen takes half a second to react and turn off. This is natural, and is due to the dual functionality of the button. If we press the lock key twice in a row and go into Wallet, we are able to use our bank or loyalty cards very quickly. This work that's fine though It is a case of our iPhone with a face ID slightly damaged
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When we press the lock button, the iPhone waits a short time to see if you press the button again or not, and you know you want to sign in to Wallet or lock the phone. This is not an annoying task, though If we are one of those who are not using the cards on our iPhone it might be okay to turn it off for some power process. How so? Follow the steps below to disable the Wallet unlock option by double-clicking the lock key.
How to disable the double key lock option so that Wallet does not work
The steps are simple, and it's just a matter of disabling the slide button in device settings.
1st Open Justification on your iPhone.
2nd Scroll down until you see an option Wallet and Apple Pay, click on it.
Third In this section you will find an option Double-press the side button, when you slide to google for this option you will use the double keylock option.
As you can see the steps are very simple. Yes, well If you use Apple Pay cards and loyalty we do not think it is worth making it inactive
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