How to Disable and Enable Lock Screen Widgets in iOS 12 on iPhone


Every update of iOS changes the way to enable and disable options. Likewise, iOS 12 also introduced some new ways to enable and disable the Lock screen widget. Here I am going to tell your how to turn off/turn on lock screen widgets on iPhone iOS 12.
Disable the Widgets in Lock Screen

  1. Go to “Settings”.
  2. Scroll down the screen to find “Touch ID & Passcode” and tap it.
  3. Enter the “Passcode”.
  4. Disable Everything under “Allow Access When Locked” including Today View, Recent Notifications, Control Centre, and more..

Enable Widgets in Lock Screen

  1. Go to “Settings”.
  2. Scroll down and find Touch ID & Passcode.
  3. Enter your “Passcode”.
  4. Enable Everything under “Allow Access When Locked” including Today View, Recent Notifications, Control Centre, and more..

Remove individual Widget from Lock Screen

  1. Swipe the home screen from left to right to view the Widgets Screen.
  2. Find “Edit” and tap it.
  3. Tap the “Red Button” next to the widget that you want to remove.
  4. Tap “Remove”.
  5. Click “Done” at the right-upper corner of the screen.

Add Individual Widget to Lock Screen

  1. Swipe right to view the Widgets Screen.
  2. Find “Edit” and tap it.
  3. Tap the “Green Button” next to the widget that you want to add.
  4. Click “Done” at the right-upper corner of the screen.

If you have any doubt regarding this, let us know through your comments.
 

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One response to How to Disable and Enable Lock Screen Widgets in iOS 12 on iPhone

Made the DREADFUL MISTAKE OF ADDING FILES WIDGET ! Now all my files are visible in widget. Tried to remove individual Files Widget to no effect. Every time I delete it it comes back and reveals more things I want hidden. It functions like a particularly nasty and resilient STD ! Apple seems to have no concept of privacy whatsoever and wants to share everything with everyone one!

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