Apple recently introduced iOS 17, which brings various new features to the table. One of the most notable features is the "StandBy mode," a new lock screen style that allows you to access widgets and content without unlocking your phone.
Many users are still unfamiliar with how this feature works, especially when it comes to changing the default widgets and photos. Fortunately, it's a simple process that can be done in a matter of seconds.
To change your widgets, start by going to the specific view, in this case, the time and calendar view. Once you're there, swipe down to reveal different types of calendars, reminders, and other widgets. You can swipe through each of the options until you find the one you want to use.
To change the type of content you see, such as photos, swipe to the left or right. This will enable you to scroll through different types of photos, including featured photos, nature, cities, and more. iOS 17 has an impressive photo frames option that allows you to use your device as a photo frame.
If you want to switch to a different widget, for example, the clock, swipe through the options until you find the clock widget, and swipe to the left or right again to see different clock formats. In addition, you can also cycle through stocks, weather, and reminders, among others.
Overall, the StandBy mode in iOS 17 is a welcome addition that makes it easy to access widgets and content when you're on the go. So don't be afraid to experiment and find the right combination of widgets and photos that best suits your preferences.No answer to your question? ASK IN FORUM. Subscribe on YouTube!