Now this lock of Google will run in iPhone, company released service for iOS 16

Photo:IANS Now this lock of Google will run in iPhone

Google: Google iOS 16 It has started releasing its own widgets for the lock screen, including popular apps like Gmail and Google News. With the launch of Apple’s iOS 16, Google also announced the release of new features that will allow users to place widgets directly on the lock screen of their iPhones.

Can add lock screen widget

Google Users You can now add lock screen widgets for popular apps like Gmail and Google News, but widgets for Search, Maps, and Calendar aren’t there yet. The new Gmail widget comes in all three sizes – circular, rectangular and inline.

The Verge reports that the first two are to be placed below the clock on the lock screen, while the inline widget appears above as a line of text. The Google News Widget brings a short title to the lock screen in the form of a rectangular widget.

The company announced last month

The company announced the launch of iOS 16 last month to help users customize the lock screen. The company said, “Your lock screen is the first thing that appears when you pick up your phone, and lock screen widgets for many more Google apps are to come. You just tap your device to access your favorite Google features.” You’ll be able to unlock and even see some updates on your lock screen.”

help to do these things

With the Maps Frequent Trips widget, users will get real-time traffic updates and estimated travel times such as home and work on their lock screen. They can also find restaurants, shops, and other nearby favorite places by tapping the Maps search widget.

The European Union adopted this law for the iPhone

The European Parliament has passed a resolution stating that all consumer electronics, including iPhones and AirPods, will use USB Type-C as their standard charging port by the end of 2024.

Because of this, a new law was made

Parliament said the new law is part of a broader EU effort to reduce e-waste and empower consumers to make more sustainable choices. Following Parliament’s approval, EU consumers will soon be able to use a single charging solution for their electronic devices.

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