The 2 tricks that will make the Control Center not so annoying on your iPhone

Four years have passed since Apple launched iOS 7 with the Control Center as one of its main novelties. Specifically was in 2013. The Control Center was intended to offer users quick access to options such as enabling or disabling WiFi, Airplane mode, Bluetooth, etc.

In fact, if you have an iPhone you’ll know everything you can do at the Control Center, right? However, the Control Center has also been a source of bad news for Cupertino, as it has been one of the main reasons that completely broke the security of the iPhone or iPad.

And, of course, there are users who do not see anything useful the Control Center as it is not customizable and/or even annoying at times. This is precisely what we will avoid here with two tricks that will make you not so annoying.

1. Disable the Control Center of the lock screen

 

As I said, the Control Center has been a cause for bad news for iPhone users, since in a few steps on the lock screen they could access your iPhone without having to enter the PIN.

Although those mistakes were corrected by Apple, all security is few. That’s why we advise you to disable the Control Center on your iPhone lock screen. Or even if it bothers you to have it there.

To do this, simply go to Settings> Control Center> Pant Access. Locked, and deactivated.

2. Disable access to the Control Center in any application

 

Has not it happened that you are playing a game or watching a video on your iPhone and you have unintentionally opened the Control Center, becoming very annoying? Yes, the answer is yes, the solution is three steps from you.

Specifically, we will go to Settings> Control Center> Access from applications, and we deactivate it.

The bad thing about disabling this option is that we will not be able to access it from any application, only from Springboard, and sometimes if that is useful. Will Apple improve on iOS 11?

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