Apple has added a number of previously unseen iPhone-exclusive customization options to the Lock Screen in iOS 16, which is now in testing. Users may now create a gallery of simple-to-swap backgrounds with individually personalized themes.
Apple has also integrated a variety of picture editing capabilities, including a quick and easy method to crop photos to suit the screen, within the gallery interface to improve how images appear on Lock Screens. You can see how it operates by following these instructions.
- Use Touch ID or Face ID to unlock your iPhone.
- To access the wallpaper gallery, hold down the Lock Screen button while pressing.
- If required, swipe to the wallpaper for your lock screen that you wish to crop, then select Customize.
- To crop the picture and achieve the desired result, squeeze the wallpaper.
- When you’re done making adjustments, tap Done in the top-right corner.
- To add the picture to your home screen as well, select Set as Wallpaper Pair.
- To activate the wallpaper, tap it one more in the gallery.
All there is to it is that. Check out our guide on iOS 16’s Lock Screen customization for more information.