iOS 16.2 allows a bit of always-on screen customization

The always-on screen of the iPhone 14 Pro will soon gain its first customization options. In the third beta version of iOS 16.2 released last night, two new options appear in Settings > Brightness and display > Always on: it is now possible to disable the display of the wallpaper as well as notifications when the iPhone is sleeping. It’s still skinny, but it’s a good start!

iOS 16.2 Always On Screen

Options have not yet been translated

When the wallpaper is deactivated, the iPhone in standby then displays a perfectly black background that is more sober and more discreet than the darkened version of the wallpaper that was imposed so far. This new option should also make it possible to gain a little autonomy. The release of iOS 16.2 for the general public is expected for December 12.

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