It will be interesting to observe what role the lockscreen will serve for users, especially those with an Apple Watch. Going forward, users will have the following touch points for display the same information:How about when it’s charging on a bedside table during the night?It’s likely that it will be turned off while using the Sleep focus or it’s configurable by the user for their own focuses even.Another option would be that it’s all-black with just the time in a dim color?
I haven’t read this elsewhere yet; I just learned it from a practical German video. We already knew that when the device is in your pocket or is face-down on a table, the always-on display will automatically switch off. According to reports, it will also switch off when the user leaves the room where the iPhone is located while wearing an Apple Watch, which is a really thoughtful touch. I’ve never heard of this. I was wondering if the Apple Watch would help with this, and you answered my query.
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