The latest bottom-up style notifications, for iOS 16 according to Apple, are intended to clean up the jumble on the lock screen. The goal is to let you view more of your wallpaper by relocating notifications to the lowest space of the screen. This is crucial for iOS 16 since it introduces many new and updated lock screen customization features, including widgets, live wallpapers, depth effect backgrounds, and much more.
This implies that as soon as your iPhone is updated to iOS 16, notifications will show up in the lower space of the lock screen automatically. These alerts may be simply deleted, tapped on, and managed individually for each app by swiping up to view more.
However, Apple also increased the number of customization choices for iOS 16 alerts in addition to these modifications. There are three choices available when you hit “Notifications” in Settings. All of these settings allow us to alter how alerts appear at the foot of the lock screen.
iOS 16 Features That Make Your Display Easier
The count feature switches off the notification icons on the Lock Screen with just a text message that displays the number of unread alerts one currently has. To get a complete index list of notifications, swipe up.
The Stack option “stacks” all the alerts received from each specific app. As a result, each app’s notifications are organized into separate groups on the Lock Screen and also the notification center.
Using the List option is how iOS has traditionally managed notifications in the past. The only thing that would differ is a tally of all your alerts, which can be enlarged by scrolling up from the Lock Screen’s bottom. One can also temporarily allow the Count feature any minute by dragging downward on messages that appear on the Lock screen, which would reduce and only display the number of alerts, which is a fascinating tip that has been acquired from the MacStories review of iOS 16.
Unfortunately, users cannot adjust where the notifications appear. In iOS 16, there is no way to go back to the layout of the archetypal notification. This seems sensible given the addition of the latest Lock Screen widgets, but judging by early reactions on the internet, it appears that there would undoubtedly be a demand for the “traditional” Lock Screen alternative.