New Concept Gives the Lock Screen A Vertical Toggle Bar
From the same human interface designer (Sentry_NC
) that thought up the popular Auxo app switcher
concept comes a new concept that adds a new vertical toggle bar to the lock screen.
The concept is a clean implementation of adding toggles to the lock screen in a way that isn't obtrusive like some other tweaks are. The toggles are revealed from the right side of the lock screen by swiping in from the right to the left in the empty part of the lock screen that only displays your wallpaper.
The toggle bar includes popular toggles like Do Not Disturb, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G, Location Services, Personal Hotspot, and Airplane Mode. Tapping on them will enable or disable them – dimmed icons indicate that the feature is turned off, while a blue-lit icon indicates that the feature is turned on. After the user has selected the toggles they want, they can close out of the interface by swiping to the right.
The interface looks nice, keeping that smoked-glass appearance that Apple uses for the lock screen clock and slide to unlock slider. You'll also notice those eye-candy fluid bouncing animations that occur as the interface is opened and closed:
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Would you like to have this feature on your iOS device?