Apple has decided to provide iPhone users with lock screens that can be edited and customized
Apple has finally added editable iPhone lock screens. Yes, iOS 16 lets you change fonts, color overlays, and other features like Android. Apple has been reticent to let users customize their lock screens since they often wind up ugly with mismatched fonts, sizes, colors, and themes. Apple’s latest development suggests the corporation is focusing on new possibilities.
Apple’s new editable iPhone lock screen in iOS 16 comes from Apple Watch. Face Editor in Apple Watch and customer response inspired bespoke iPhone lock screens. Apple Watch and iPhones share the same lock screen editing interface. Users can change the lock screen, although fonts, color palettes, etc. are limited. Apple Watch has few modifiable features and choices.
Apple is adding free widget slots to iOS 16’s lock screen, a feature borrowed from the Apple Watch. Under the clock, there will be room for small and large widgets. The new customizable lock screen may hold 4 small or 2 large widgets. After analyzing your photographs and needs, the system gives you a few effect possibilities from which to choose. Apple is aiming to make setting photographs as lock screen faster, however not all aesthetic options are available, which could compromise the design.
Users may now customize date and time fonts and add lock screen widgets like temperature, activity rings, and calendar. In iOS 16, you can have separate focus-mode backgrounds. In September 2022, iOS 16 will be released. Public beta is not yet accessible but will be after developer testing.