Gracias a la bandeja inteligente de iOS 14, la pantalla de inicio de tu iPhone es realmente útil. He aquí como usarlo

iOS 14 trae una serie de mejoras pequeñas y grandes para iPhones, incluida la capacidad de anclar widgets a la pantalla de inicio y una función llamada Smart Stack.

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Una de mis funciones favoritas agregadas al iPhone con iOS 14 es la capacidad de colocar widgets en la pantalla de inicio. Si aún no lo ha instalado, deberías preparar tu iPhone, pak descargar iOS 14. Entonces prepárate para divertirte personalizar la pantalla de inicio, usando un nuevo socket de pseudo aplicación llamado Biblioteca de aplicaciones y experimentar con widgets en cualquier lugar de la pantalla de inicio. Si, iOS 14 es muy similar a Android.

El widget de firma de Apple se llama Smart Stack y combina varios widgets de aplicaciones que puede explorar usted mismo o dejar que su iPhone decida qué aplicaciones ve y cuándo, dependiendo de cómo use su teléfono.

Por ejemplo, si revisa el clima por la mañana y luego su calendario primero, Smart Stack probablemente contendrá ambas aplicaciones y le mostrará automáticamente un pronóstico seguido de su agenda la primera vez que desbloquee el iPhone por la mañana. Luego, si revisa regularmente sus estadísticas de actividad después de la cena, el widget de actividad aparecerá en la bandeja a esa hora del día.

Aquí está la mejor parte: no tiene que dejar el ensamblaje del widget a Apple. Puede crear su propio Smart Stack y preparar las aplicaciones incluidas de acuerdo con sus ideas. Lo guiaremos a través del proceso de personalización de la bandeja a continuación.


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The release of iOS 14 also means that developers can update their apps, adding new features specific to the update, like widgets. 

If you’ve updated your apps and read in the update notes that widget support has been added, but you don’t see the app listed when you try to add the widget, here’s what I’ve figured out. After updating the app, you need to open it before the widget will show up as an option. You don’t have to do anything special. Just let it fully load, and then you should see the widget as an option.

Create a custom Smart Stack just like you would an app folder

You don’t have to learn any new steps or techniques to build your own stack — if you’ve ever deleted an app or rearranged your home screen, you’re already a pro. If you haven’t, well, it’s still easy. 

Prior to iOS 14, you had to long-press on an app icon in order to activate the Edit Home Screen feature. That method is still available, but there’s a shortcut now:

1. Long-press on your display between the apps in the dock and the first row of apps on your home screen, like this:

You can now press on an app icon or any blank space on your screen to start editing your home screen. 


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2. Tap on the + icon in the top-left corner of the screen and then scroll through the list of available widgets. 

Locate one of the widgets you want to include in your personalized stack. You can either drag and drop the widget to your screen or tap on the + at the top of the screen.

Keep in mind, any widgets you add to a stack will need to be the same size, so you can’t have one small, two medium and three large widgets in your stack. Instead of tapping on the + icon to add a bunch of widgets to your screen before stacking them, I recommend dragging and dropping the widgets to your home screen directly from the widget picker. It saves you a step since you’re going to end up moving it yourself anyway, and it prevents the apps on your iPhone’s home screen from being arranged and then rearranged as your phone makes room for the widgets. 

Just keep stacking widgets until you’re happy. 


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3. Stacking widgets follows the same process as creating a folder for apps — drag one widget on top of another. 

Repeat that process, adding widgets until you’re happy with your creation. You can scroll through your stack at any time, or let your iPhone automatically switch for you. As far as I can tell right now, there’s no limit to how many widgets you can add to a stack. I found three or four to be the sweet spot — I was able to quickly scroll through them and find the information I wanted, without feeling it like was too much effort. 

Scroll through them on your own, or let your iPhone decide what you’ll see. 


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4. If you change your mind and want to remove a widget or change their order, long-press on the stack and then select Edit Stack from the popup menu. Change the order by dragging each widget’s name up or down. You can remove a widget by swiping to the left across the name to reveal the Delete button.

You can arrange or delete widgets with just a few taps. 


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If a widget can be further customized, like Apple’s Weather widget, which allows you to change the location used for the forecast, you can make changes by long-pressing on the specific widget and then selecting Edit [app name].

Bastante genial, ¿no? Nosotros encontramos muchas otras funciones en iOS 14 que nos encantan hasta ahora, contando en él relativamente pocas funciones de accesibilidad será de gran ayuda. Así es como puedes prepara tu iPhone antes de instalar iOS 14.

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