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iOS 10 Widgets Are Great: Here’s How to Put Them to Good Use

Apple’s new widgets in iOS 10 might not seem like a big deal, but developers have already made great use of this new function. Not every app has a great widget, but there are a few must-haves that are just a swipe away. You can access widgets by swiping right from the lockscreen or homescreen. To edit the widgets you have on your phone, scroll to the bottom of the widget screen and tap Edit.
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