Here’s how to get Fox News headlines on your iPhone lock screen

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Readers can now see their Fox News headlines right on their iPhone’s lock screen! Here’s how to do it.

First of all, you need to download Apple operating system iOS 16 and update your Fox News app.

To update the operating system, if you haven’t already done so: From Settings, select General, then Software Update and iOS 16.0 will show up as an Available Update.

To update your Fox News app, open the App Store app, then tap Search in the bottom right and search for Fox News. From the search results, tap the Fox News icon, then tap UPDATE. (If it says “OPEN” instead, it’s already updated to the latest version.) Open the app to launch it.

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Next, swipe down from the top left side of the screen to reveal the iPhone lock screen. Tap and hold it until you see the screen with a button that says Customize and a plus sign in a blue circle appears in the bottom right.

Click the plus sign and add a background image.
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Select “Add Widgets” and scroll to look for the Fox News widget.

Add Fox News app widget to iPhone lock screen.

Add Fox News app widget to iPhone lock screen.
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Tap or drag to add the widget to the bar below the time.

blow "Finished" top right to save it.

Click “Done” at the top right to save it.
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After adding the widget, tap Done in the top right to save the widget and wallpaper and tap Set as wallpaper pair.

The screen should look like this when all steps are complete.

The screen should look like this when all steps are complete.
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CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

That’s it! Now you can read Fox News headlines as soon as you pick up your phone.

The headlines are updated automatically. Tap the headline to read the full story on your Fox News app.