Apple is always working on its software updates and the improvement of the Always-on screen. iOS 16.4 and further have the latest ability to customize iPhone’s Always-on display.
In December Apple launched the Always-on feature automation with iOS 16.2. The feature allowed apple users to turn their notifications and colored wallpapers off. Read about Google Maps finally launched Street View in India after 11 years
With another update, iOS 16.4 Apple has provided its users with a feature that allows users to schedule when Alwsys-on display is enabled through Focus Filters.
iOS 16.4 beta update is necessary if you want to get this feature. In iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 pro max, the Always-on display is by default on, but still you can turn it off or on.
Steps for automating/scheduling the Always-on display:
You can customize your Always-on display by following these steps-
Step 1. Go to Settings on your iPhone.
Step 2. Click on Focus.
Step 3. Create a new one here or choose from the given list.
Step 4. Select Add Filter below the Focus tab by swiping it down.
Step 5. Choose the Always-on display at the bottom of your screen.
Step 6. Add from the upper right corner of your screen.
Step 7. Automate it by your choice.
You can hide your notifications and wallpaper too if you want to.