And until then, it’s important to stay up to date for the sake of security, so to check if you’ve got the iOS or iPadOS 15.6 update ready to install, navigate to the Settings app and tap Software Update. If you’re on an older iOS / iPadOS version, you’ll be prompted to “Download and Install” the update, which might take a few minutes and reset your smartphone or iPad.
In short, later this year with iOS 16 your iPhone will finally get a highly customizable lock screen with support for Apple Watch-like widgets. Meanwhile iPad fans will be happy to know that the new M1 iPad Pro models and the M1 iPad Air will get a MacOS-like multitasking feature called Stage Manager. Learn all about those via the links above.