The iPhone defaults to a six-digit passcode for increased security. This means there are one million possible passcode combinations, making the iPhone tough to crack. Anyone struggling with Face ID or Touch ID, however may be entering their passcode more often than not. When this happens, for whatever reason, there is a way to revert back to the old four-digit passcode.
Apple introduced customized lock screen wallpapers and widgets with iOS 16 and later. iPhone owners can even add focus filters to individual lock screens, switching back and forth depending on whenever needed.
Some iPhone owners were surprised when using the Always-On display found on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Not only does the entire screen stay on, but widgets and the time are displayed in front of a color background. Apple has taken precautions to preserve battery life, despite the default Always-On settings.
One of the biggest changes to the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max is the Always-On display. While this feature delivers updated information on Lock Screen widgets, some iPhone owners are concerned it will drain battery life unnecessarily. Some choose to disable the Always-On display in Settings.
The iPhone Always-On display is designed to offer updated information at a glance without having to wake your device. Some iPhone users are concerned about battery life or find the Always-On screen distracting. Although iOS is designed to preserve battery life, even with the Always-On display enabled, some may wish to turn this feature off.