iOS 16 takes iPhone further with unique personalization features, smart technologies, and more manageable forms to communicate and share. A major new feature in iOS 16 is the ability to create custom lock screens. From widgets, fonts, photos, new wallpapers, and more, follow along to learn how to create your own iOS 16 lock screen on iPhone.
With the update of iOS 16, you can create many distinct Lock Screens and Home Screens, all with exceptional backgrounds and styles, and swap between them effortlessly. Below, you can browse the wallpapers gallery with thematic collections and presented background wallpapers for your iPhone created by Do It Before Me Art Studio for inspiration.
A major new version of the iPhone software is out and includes a number of handy features for Messages, Notifications, Photos, Mail, Safari and more.
However, what’s likely to grab the most attention is iOS 16’s new custom lock screen feature. This is the biggest personalization support we’ve seen from Apple with the iPhone, based on all the work it did with iOS 14 when it debuted with widgets as well as some of its neat Apple Watch faces.
With iOS 16 running, press and hold on the lock screen. If you are using an old wallpaper, you will need to create a new one to make your own lock screen. The quickest way to add these wallpapers to your iPhone is by clicking on them and saving them to your gallery. Then setting them as your background either for your home screen or lock screen. Here is the distinguished creation of iOS 16 wallpapers presented by Do It Before Me Art Studio: