Before we dive in, let me clarify that StandBy Mode is compatible with all iPhones that support iOS 17, with the exception of the iPhone 8 and iPhone X. Though those models had a good run, they unfortunately don’t support this feature. However, if you own an iPhone SE (2nd Gen or later), iPhone XR, or any newer model, you’re in luck – StandBy Mode is available for you!
Currently, iOS 17 is only accessible as a beta version, so you’ll need to install the beta in order to utilize this feature. If you’re unsure how to install iOS 17 public beta, we’ve covered it in a separate article to assist you.
Once you have the beta version installed, activating StandBy Mode is simple. Just place your iPhone sideways in a landscape orientation while it charges. After a few seconds, your iPhone’s screen will go black, and you’ll receive a friendly message saying “Welcome to StandBy.” At this point, swipe left or right on the screen to get started.
In StandBy Mode, your iPhone’s screen will showcase a variety of widgets, including a clock, calendar, weather updates, and reminders. Additionally, you’ll have the option to display your gallery images as a slideshow, complete with a digital clock. If you have an active timer or music playing in the background, it will appear as a small tile within StandBy Mode.
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