Latest iOS 16.2 beta lets you disable wallpapers and notifications for Always On DisplayTuesday, November 15, 2022 11:04 AM PDT by Julie Clover
With the third beta of iOS 16.2 that was made available to developers this morning , Apple has added a new Always On Display feature available for iPhone 14 Pro models.
There are now two toggles to disable wallpaper or notifications when Always on display is active. The options can be accessed by opening the Settings app, selecting Display & Brightness, and then going to the Always On Display section.
Disabling wallpaper will delete your wallpaper if you have the setting turned on “Always On Display” and disabling notifications will prevent notifications from showing up, leaving only the time and widgets if set on the lock screen.
The updated option greatly simplifies the always-on interface for those who want a more minimal look. which can also save battery power.
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