I'm wondering if any of the built-in applications in iOS have isIdleTimerDisabled set to true at any time?
If so, which app, and how do you get in the state to activate it?
Note - if an app is in this state, it will have its display stay on, and never turn off while the app is active.
Why do I want to know this?
I have a company iPhone that has the auto sleep option set so the phone's display locks after ~ 2 or 3 min, and it can't be set to "Never" sleep due to company policy lockdown.
But one day I noticed that if I had a certain app open, the display never went to sleep. I did some research, and it appears the app is using the isIdleTimerDisabled feature to keep the display on permanently, if the app is in the foreground.
The benefit of this is that it allows me to receive 2FA notifications on my phone and approve them without leaving the app that's keeping the display awake.
This works for me, as I own this paid app, but I'd like to share this idea with others on my team, preferably using a built in app, so no one has to install anything.
Note if none of the built in apps support this, are there well known, trusted, 3rd party apps that do this as well? YouTube or Netflix come to mind, but I'd like it to be something people wouldn't mind running on their phone at work and having their boss see it!