What’s New in Lock Screen?
As soon as you upgrade to iOS 10, you’ll notice many changes in it. First, the lock screen is been designed completely since the slide to unlock feature has been gone. Now if you wanted to unlock press the home button or change setting to tap to unlock feature.
Second, if you do swipe right in that familiar unlocking motion, instead of unlocking the phone you’ll be greeted to an iOS 10 widget screen (previously in iOS 9 the only way to access the widgets was from the notification drawer once the phone was unlocked).
If you haven’t paid much attention to iOS widgets before, their prominent placement in iOS 10 makes now a great time to start. You can use widgets with core iOS apps (like the new Parked Car feature in Maps) as well as with third-party apps that support widgets.