iOS 10 has many new features, but one that hasn\u2019t gotten much media attention is Raise to Wake. If you turn on Raise to Wake, you can see your iPhone\u2019s Lock screen without having to touch the Home button.\nRaise to Wake is particularly useful if you have the second generation Touch ID sensor, which is so fast that it makes it hard to see your Lock screen before you get taken to the Home screen.\nIn this how-to I\u2019ll show you how to enable Raise to Wake (or disable it if you prefer not to use it).\nOne caveat though that you should know about Raise to Wake. As I write this post the feature requires the M9 processor found in the iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, and the iPhone 6s Plus. So if your phone doesn\u2019t have that, you won\u2019t be able to use Raise to Wake.\u00a0\nHow to enable or disable Raise to Wake in iOS 10\nIt\u2019s very easy to turn Raise to Wake on or off.\n1. Open the Settings app.\n2. Tap on Display & Brightness.\n3. Tap on the Raise to Wake switch.\nThat\u2019s it, when you raise your iPhone up you will now see your Lock screen without ever having to touch your Home button.\nIf you change your mind, you can easily disable Raise to Wake by tapping the switch again.\n\n\n\nWhy I love Raise to Wake on the iPhones 6s Plus\nYou\u2019d think that something like Raise to Wake would not be a big deal, given all the other cool new features in iOS 10. But I\u2019ve found that it\u2019s one of the best things about Apple\u2019s new version of iOS.\nWhen I pick up my iPhone and I see the Lock screen, I can easily swipe left to load the camera app, or I can swipe right to access my widgets. I can also access notifications right on the Lock screen, including Messages notifications that I can reply to immediately.\nOnce you get used to having Raise to Wake, it\u2019s pretty tough to do without it. It\u2019s an iOS feature that feels like it should have always been there.\nDid you miss a post? Check the Eye On Apple home page to get caught up with the latest news, discussions and rumors about Apple.