This iOS 16 Focus Mode feature will remove all distractions on your iPhone; Try it now, this is how

Do you know that your iPhone has a feature to hide content in apps? Just try this iOS 16 focus mode feature.

The special iPhone focus mode feature has been there since the release of iOS 15. However, with the release of iOS 16, it just got so much better! The latest update has expanded what Focus Mode can do with some outstanding new features. Basically, Focus mode allows you to stay in the moment you need to focus or step away from your device and focus on something important you need to do without distractions. You can customize the focus mode and choose when you want to receive alerts and notifications while letting other people and apps know when you’re busy.

With the new feature in iOS 16, you can filter content within apps, showing a specific email account or even the calendar you want to focus on to complete a task or meeting without interruptions. Magically, using focus mode you can filter the rest of the content to show only what you want. While the rest of the details will be hidden. It can be applied to any app such as Calendar, Mail, Messages, Safari, Dark Mode and much more. Do you want to hide specific content within an app on your iPhone? Just follow these steps and hide content in some apps on any iPhone you have. iPhone 14, iPhone 13, iPhone 12, and other iOS 16 compatible devices can use this mode.


How to add a focus filter to hide content

Step 2:

Now, you will need to select the sharpening mode to which you want to add sharpening filters.

Step 3:

Just scroll down the page and then tap ‘Add Filter’ under “Focus Filters”.

Step 4:

Then choose an app filter you’d like to configure. To explain the process, here we have taken a calendar filter.

Step 5:

Then click the Choose option to select which calendars you want to display and also set the time.

Step 6:

Similarly, click iCloud or other calendars you want to include. Once you’ve added, tap Done.

Step 7:

Now tap Add to include the filter in your focus mode. After this, your filter will now be active for the next time you enable focus mode.


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