Your iPhone’s home screen is ‘about to change AGAIN’ – and here’s what it looks like

APPLE might be changing your iPhone Home screen again.

It follows big changes Apple introduced with iOS 14 in 2020.

Is this what the new iPhone's Home screen will look like?


Is this what the new iPhone’s Home screen will look like?Credit: Apple / LeaksApplePro
Apple introduces Home screen widgets with iOS 14


Apple introduces Home screen widgets with iOS 14Credit: Apple

Updating conversion done Iphone The home screen looks completely different.

First, it introduces the Application Library – where your apps are stored.

That means you don’t have to keep all your apps on your home screen.

If you have multiple Home screen pages, you can tap to hide some of them – then keep an eye on apps that are missing from the App Gallery.

It also introduces widgets, which can be placed alongside apps on the home screen.

Now, Apple is expected to make another big change with iOS 16.

According to mobile tipster ApplePro leakApple is introducing new “interactive widgets”.

Currently, Home screen widgets can show information – but not much else.

If you tap on them, they will direct you directly to an app.

You can also now swipe through widgets if you’re using the widget stack.

But this new iOS 16 widget format is upgraded to make them interactive.

For example, you might have a usable calculator widget – or even a screen dimmer – on your Home screen.

“Be prepared for interactive widgets,” the leaker wrote.

“Apple is currently working on ‘big widgets’ internally named InfoShack.

“There’s a lot of work to be done to make changes to this possible in the coming months.”

It can see many of the Control Center functions, like brightness and torch, moved to the Home screen via widgets.

Sadly, Apple has yet to confirm anything about iOS 16.

Normally Apple will announce its new iOS version at its annual WWDC event.

This year, takes place on June 7.

Soon, the software will be made available in “beta” form – where people can test it, if they want.

And then it will likely be rolled out in its entirety in September, making its world debut alongside the rumored iPhone 14.

Most recent iPhone models will receive iOS 16 as a completely free upgrade.

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