iOS 16: Samsung copies lock screen customization from iOS 16 in latest One UI 5 beta 3 for Galaxy phones

Samsung rolled out the latest update, One UI 5.0 beta 3 last week, which brings several new upgrades. But users have found an uncanny similarity between Samsung’s new update and Apple’s iOS 16 that rolled out earlier this month.

Since the launch of iOS 16, the new iPhone lock screen update has created a lot of buzz in the tech world, with many applauding the tech giant for its new layout.

Needless to say, the customization of “Lock Screen” is one of the biggest updates introduced by Apple as it gives users the freedom to change widgets, add different wallpapers, choose the type of font, colors and other filters.

However, after Samsung rolled out its latest update, One UI 5 beta 3, fans couldn’t help but notice that the South Korean brand took a lot of inspiration from the Cupertino-based company.

Samsung’s new software update brings several new features such as giving users control over font and color management, on-screen clock placement and more.

A Twitter user took to the microblogging platform to share photos of Samsung’s One UI 5 Beta 3. It’s important to note that Samsung has been allowing users to customize their smartphone lock screens for years, but fans couldn’t ignore the obvious similarities between the South Korean brand and iOS 16 features.

With the latest update, Samsung users can now choose clock styles from five different options. The update gives users the freedom to change the color and font style of the clock as well.

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