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How to customize iPhone widgets

How to customize iPhone and iPad widgets with Widgetsmith.

Widgets are one of the most noticeable and popular new features of iOS 14. They allow you to personalize your Home Screen like never before. In fact, with the new App Library, your Home Screen can take on an entirely new look, filled with widgets and completely devoid of apps. iOS 14 also lets you customize your app icons but alas, for some reason they have not yet added the ability to customize your widgets, other than their size.

How to create a custom Smart Stack of widgets on iPhone

How to customize widget smart stacks on iPhone and iPad.

In the first major UI update since folders were introduced, iOS 14 lets you personalize your Home Screen with widgets of varying size. Obviously you can't fit every widget on your Home Screen so you have the option of adding a "Smart Stack," which is group of widgets that you can scroll through, stacked into one widget sized area. While you can remove widgets from the Smart Stack, you can't add any as it currently stands, though hopefully this will be fixed by the the time of the official release.

How to add widgets to iPhone's Home Screen

How to add widgets to the Home Screen on iPhone and iPad.

iOS 14 comes with the biggest Home Screen update since folders arrived with iOS 4 - widgets. Formerly relegated to the Today View (accessed by swiping right on your Home Screen), you can now populate your Home Screen with a variety of widgets to quickly inform you of things like weather, stock prices, sports scores and more. If you are ready for a change of scenery from your boring grid of apps and folders, here's how to add widgets to your iPhone's Home Screen:

Apple approves iPhone X 'notch removal' apps

iPhone X Notch Remover app

The iPhone X display notch houses critical components used for Face ID, FaceTime and other features. This hasn't stopped people from loving or hating the design feature. Detractors have referred to the "horns" on the iPhone X, which comprise two halves of the status bar. For those who truly can't stand the notch, there is a solution that doesn't involve buying another phone.

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