Compared to Android, iOS has historically been the less customizable, more you-get-what-you-get operating system. While that remains true to an extent, it has come a long way, with customization options that didn’t exist three or four years ago. For example, these days, you can do a lot more with your lock screen than you might realize.
Here’s how to customize what you see — and how it looks — on your iPhone lock screen. (This was tested on an iPhone running iOS 15.3.)
First: the basics.
Your lock screen shows the time, date, and current notifications on the default view. We all know and love it.
Other features can be accessed on the lock screen if they’re enabled in settings. To choose which features appear, go to Settings > Face ID…
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