The arrival of iOS and iPadOS 15 has brought great news to Apple devices. One of these novelties is the modes of concentration, a productivity and distraction avoidance tool. This tool allows the user to generate different modes for different situations and limit the use of the operating system depending on the type of situation. These modes allowed be able to duplicate applications on the home screen, a customization option that may seem horrible but that makes sense: being able to have the same app on different screens of our springboard.
Upcoming Focus Modes on iOS and iPadOS 15
Focus Modes help you realize what matters to you and put the rest aside. Select a mode that allows only the notifications you want to receive, so you can be 100 percent focused on your work or just sit down to eat without being interrupted. You can choose one of the options from the list or create a suitable one for you.
These modes of concentration are situations in which the behavior of the operating system can be changed. Among these options we can limit the people who contact us or the apps we use. In addition, we can filter the notifications that we want to appear in the notification center and schedule the activation of the mode itself.
But one of the most interesting and fundamental options is the configuration of the springboard via the home screens.
iOS 15 and watchOS 8 will allow us to install updates with less available storage
So you can duplicate apps on the home screen
This last point concerned personalization of the concentration mode home screen introduced a new customization option in iOS and iPadOS 15. It is be able to duplicate an application on the home screens.
For this reason, Apple has made it possible to duplicate the apps icon for be able to have on each screen the application in question and play with the modes mentioned above. However, the Big Apple cannot limit the use of this customization option and the funniest thing is that we can complete the whole screen with the single app shortcut icon. Use? Or.
In order to duplicate an app’s icon, we have two options:
- Go to the app library, press and hold the icon, and drag it to the left to place it on the Home screen.
- Go to Spotlight, find the name of the app, press and hold the icon, and drag it the same way as before.