In this episode, Tyler shows us how to disable Raise to Wake an iPhone feature that displays the Lock Screen whenever the device is raised, like when it is removed from a bag or pocket. While this feature may be convenient for quickly unlocking your iPhone, some VoiceOver users find it annoying, as even small movements can wake the device and cause VoiceOver to start speaking.
To turn this off, go to Settings > Display & Brightness and double-tap the “Raise to Wake” switch. iPhones without a Home button also include a feature called tap to wake, where a tap of the touch screen will cause the Lock Screen to be displayed. This can be turned on and off by going to Settings > Accessibility > Touch and double-tapping the “Tap to Wake” switch.