Here’s How to Disable Lock Screen Widgets in iOS 10
A few days ago, Apple released its next in line firmware for all compatible iOS devices. While iOS 10 brings a lot of new things to mainly every aspect of the operating system, there are some places where it gets a little annoying. The lock screen has been a subject to major redesign including the unlocking procedure. Other than that, Lock screen is also given a widgets screen when swiping left. Even though it's a neat addition and might add in a little color to the Lock screen, sometimes it's just not necessary. So here's how to disable widgets on Lock screen in iOS 10.
Disable Lock Screen Widgets in iOS 10
If you're one of those who do not support the addition of a widgets section on the Lock screen, we're going to show you how to disable it. The process to disable Lock screen widgets is fairly simple if you just follow the step by step instructions listed below.
1. The first thing that you have to do is launch the Settings app on your device running iOS 10. Once you do that, head over to the ''Touch ID and Passcode'' panel. You will be asked to type in your security code to proceed.
2. Once you're in from the "Allow access when locked" all you have to do is toggle the "Today" option to off position. This is where the widgets screen on your Lock screen will be disabled. Check put the screenshot below for more details.
This is all for the process. Now simply press the Home button and Lock your device. Now summon the Lock screen and swipe left. You will see that the widgets screen does not appear from the left, instead you will see the display's reluctance to swipe.
Needless to say, the widgets screen in iOS 10 is really useful at time and provides a whole lot of information on the go. You don't need to unlock the device in order to make use of important information. You have the ability to edit widgets according to your needs. Simply tap on the edit button on the very bottom of the widgets and prioritize what widgets you want and which ones you want to remove.
This is it for now folks. What do you think about widgets on lock screen in iOS 10? Would you disable widgets in iOS 10? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.
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