Apple is taking its Focus feature further this year by extending it to the new Lock Screen. In addition to choosing your favorite Lock Screen manually, it can also be tied to a particular focus.
For example, you can have a Lock Screen that shows a professional wallpaper with the calendar and task list widgets when you’re at work, with a more relaxing Lock Screen for your personal time.
Your Focus Mode can also now carry into your apps with new Focus Filters to remove any distracting content. For instance, Safari can show only certain tab groups depending on your Focus Mode, hiding work-related research when you’re downtime. Similarly, Calendar can show only certain events, and Mail and Messages can show only specific conversations.
Naturally, Apple’s own first-party apps will support these Focus Filters out of the gate, but Apple is also making an API available so that your Focus Mode can also be extended into third-party apps.