iOS 16 may be the biggest iPhone upgrade in years.

As WWDC approaches, reports are surfacing about Apple's planned iOS 16 upgrade, which might include enhancements to your iPhone's lock screen.

Mark Gurman's 'Power On' newsletter (paywalled) predicts improvements to iPad multitasking, alerts, and Messages.

However, the lock screen was redesigned.

Since iOS debuted in 2007, we haven't seen substantial updates to this, save for a Camera shortcut and a 'Today' notice that summarises your day.

We may soon see interactive widgets, and iPhone 14 customers will benefit from an always-on screen that shows alerts.

iOS 16 looks to press full speed ahead with new features that will revolutionise how you manage content.

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